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British teen, 18, denies creating computer virus that ‘crashed hundreds of financial institutions’


First picture of British teen accused of ‘crashing global financial institutions’: 18-year-old denies creating virus that hit Nationwide and server hosting KSI and Logan Paul boxing match aged 14

  • Josh Maunder, 18, allegedly made a computer virus that crashed global banks
  • Alleged hacker is also accused of holding ‘credit card details contained in a file’
  • Server hosting rapper KSI and Logan Paul’s boxing match also allegedly targeted
  • Maunder, of Bangor, Northern Ireland, plead not guilty to 21 charges against him 

Josh Maunder (pictured), 18, from Abbey Park in Bangor, Co Down in Northern Ireland, entered not guilty pleas to each of the 21 charges against him

Josh Maunder (pictured), 18, from Abbey Park in Bangor, Co Down in Northern Ireland, entered not guilty pleas to each of the 21 charges against him

A teenager today denied creating a computer virus which allegedly…



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