Delhi Man Delets 1,200 Microsoft User Accounts in the US, Arrested for 2 Years

Deepanshu Kher was arrested while flying from India to the United States on January 11, 2021, without knowing the warrant of his arrest.

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An Indian national has been sentenced to two years in prison by an American court in California, after being fired by his company for accessing his server and deleting more than 1,200 Microsoft accounts, according to a statement.

"This act of vandalism hurt the organization," U.S. Attorney Bandy Grossman explained on Tuesday.

In announcing the sentencing, U.S. Regional Court Decide Marilyn Huff noted that Deepanshu Kher had committed a serious and complex act against the organization, with planned attacks and aimed at retaliation.

In addition to the two long-term detention, Khetha Huff sentenced Depanshu Kher to three years in prison, ”directing the Company's release and refund of USD 567,084, which the company paid to repair Deepanshu Kher's problems.

According to court documents, Deepanshu Kher was employed by an information and technology company from 2017 to May 2018. In 2017, a consulting firm was hired by Carlsbad Corporation to fund its relocation to Microsoft Workplace 365 (MS O365). . In response, the consulting firm sent its staff, Deepanshu Kher, to the company's Carlsbad headquarters to assist with the relocation.

The business was dissatisfied with Deepanshu Kher's performance

An Indian national has been sentenced to two years in prison by an American court in California, after being fired by his company for accessing his server and deleting more than 1,200 Microsoft accounts, according to a statement.

Deepanshu Kher was arrested while flying from India to the United States on January 11, 2021, without knowing the warrant of his arrest.

"This act of vandalism hurt the organization," U.S. Attorney Bandy Grossman explained on Tuesday.

In announcing the sentencing, U.S. Regional Court Decide Marilyn Huff noted that Deepanshu Kher had committed a serious and complex act against the organization, with planned attacks and aimed at retaliation.

In addition to the two long-term detention, Khetha Huff sentenced Depanshu Kher to three years in prison, ”directing the Company's release and refund of USD 567,084, which the company paid to repair Deepanshu Kher's problems.

According to court documents, Deepanshu Kher was employed by an information and technology company from 2017 to May 2018. In 2017, a consulting firm was hired by Carlsbad Corporation to fund its relocation to Microsoft Workplace 365 (MS O365). . In response, the consulting firm sent its staff, Deepanshu Kher, to the company's Carlsbad headquarters to assist with the relocation.

The business was dissatisfied with Deepanshu Kher's performance and conveyed their dissatisfaction to the consultative body soon after Deepanshu Kher's arrival. In January 2018, a consultative agency drew Deepanshu Kher to the company's headquarters.

 A few months later, on May 4, 2018, the company fired Deepanshu Kher, and a month later, in June 2018, Deepanshu Kher returned to Delhi, India.

On August 8, 2018, just two months after his return to India, Deepanshu Kher entered the Carlsbad Company server and removed more than 1,200 from its 1,500 MS O365 customer accounts.

Prosecutors allege that the attack affected a number of company employees and shut down the organization for two days.

An Indian national has been sentenced to two years in prison by an American court in California, after being fired by his company for accessing his server and deleting more than 1,200 Microsoft accounts, according to a statement.

Deepanshu Kher was arrested while flying from India to the United States on January 11, 2021, without knowing the warrant of his arrest.

"This act of vandalism hurt the organization," U.S. Attorney Bandy Grossman explained on Tuesday.

In announcing the sentencing, U.S. Regional Court Decide Marilyn Huff noted that Deepanshu Kher had committed a serious and complex act against the organization, with planned attacks and aimed at retaliation.

In addition to the two long-term detention, Khetha Huff sentenced Depanshu Kher to three years in prison, ”directing the Company's release and refund of USD 567,084, which the company paid to repair Deepanshu Kher's problems.

According to court documents, Deepanshu Kher was employed by an information and technology company from 2017 to May 2018. In 2017, a consulting firm was hired by Carlsbad Corporation to fund its relocation to Microsoft Workplace 365 (MS O365). . In response, the consulting firm sent its staff, Deepanshu Kher, to the company's Carlsbad headquarters to assist with the relocation.

The business was dissatisfied with Deepanshu Kher's performance and conveyed their dissatisfaction to the consultative body soon after Deepanshu Kher's arrival. In January 2018, a consultative agency drew Deepanshu Kher to the company's headquarters.

 A few months later, on May 4, 2018, the company fired Deepanshu Kher, and a month later, in June 2018, Deepanshu Kher returned to Delhi, India.

On August 8, 2018, just two months after his return to India, Deepanshu Kher entered the Carlsbad Company server and removed more than 1,200 from its 1,500 MS O365 customer accounts.

Prosecutors allege that the attack affected a number of company employees and shut down the organization for two days.