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NSA security researchers initially developed the tool to hack into the computers of suspected terrorists and spies, but it was taken on by criminals who then used it to take over computers and extort cash from victims if they wanted control back.

Court documents obtained by Daily show that a second defendant, not yet named by the FBI, is accused of selling it on dark web marketplace Alpha Bay, which was shut down by the US government last month, and creating a You Tube video showing how it worked.

Yesterday, his mother Janet Hutchins said it was 'hugely unlikely' that her son was involved because he has spent 'enormous amounts of time' combating such attacks.

Jake Williams, a respected US cybersecurity researcher, said they have worked on various projects, including training material, and the Briton always refused payment. I can't reconcile the charges with what I know about him.

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The so-called malware, called Kronos, has reportedly been used to steal money from bank accounts in France and Hutchins is accused of writing the virus, known as malware, in 2014.News of his indictment Thursday left colleagues scrambling to understand what happened.He also says that they were staying together in the £5million mansion and Hutchins' did not have to pay.I don't doubt that some of his code found it's way into malware.He might have even helped criminals posing as researchers.'Friend Andrew Mabbitt, a British digital security specialist who had been staying in a £5million rented Las Vegas mansion with Hutchins, said: 'I refuse to believe the charges.

The so-called malware, called Kronos, has reportedly been used to steal money from bank accounts in France and Hutchins is accused of writing the virus, known as malware, in 2014.

News of his indictment Thursday left colleagues scrambling to understand what happened.

He also says that they were staying together in the £5million mansion and Hutchins' did not have to pay.

I don't doubt that some of his code found it's way into malware.

He might have even helped criminals posing as researchers.'Friend Andrew Mabbitt, a British digital security specialist who had been staying in a £5million rented Las Vegas mansion with Hutchins, said: 'I refuse to believe the charges.

His work to end the Wanna Cry 'ransomware' crisis embarrassed America's own security services because they created it first but lost control and it was used by criminals to extort cash, friends say.