Hackers allegedly involved with the recent PSN outage have been arrested in Spain. They face the charge of “disrupting a computer system” according to a report on Huffington Post. They are purportedly members of the loose-knit international hacker group known as Anonymous.
“A computer server in one of their homes was used to take part in cyber attacks on targets including two major Spanish banks, the Italian energy company Enel and the governments of Egypt, Algeria, Libya, Iran, Chile, Colombia and New Zealand, Vazquez said. According to Reuters, the three individuals have also been charged with ‘cyber-attacks against targets including Sony’s PlayStation network, governments, businesses and banks,'” the Huffington Post writes.