In December, the Department of Justice (DOJ) charged three males in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Louisiana with creating and executing the Mirai botnet, which crippled a host of popular websites across the United States in October.

Though the attack became one of the largest distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) and most prominent hack into internet of things (IoT) consumer devices ever,  finding the perpetrators was no easy feat.

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