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June 7, 2002
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An Israeli court stiffened the sentence of a master-hacker convicted of cracking into computers at the Pentagon, the U.S. army and the Knesset. Ehud Tenenbaum, known as the “Analyzer,” was resentenced by a Tel Aviv court to 18 months in prison. The court accepted the appeal of the prosecution that Tenenbaum’s initial punishment of six months of community service was too lenient.

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