A British man has been arrested at Luton Airport accused of a cyber attack in Germany last year which hit a million homes. The 29-year-old suspect was held on a European arrest warrant accused of wiping out internet access to Deutsche Telekom subscribers in a planned attack. “The Briton stands accused of attempted computer sabotage in a particularly serious case,” said German police. Around a million of Deutsche Telekom’s 20 million customers were unable to connect to its network in late November after the attack on its routers.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Daily Express