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Arrested at airport as he was leaving for Serbia: Hacker charged with hacking computer network of Bay area video-game company

SAN FRANCISCO – Martin Marsich made an initial appearance today on a criminal complaint charging him with crimes related to the illegal intrusion of the computer network of a Bay Area video-game company, announced United States Attorney Alex G. Tse and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett.

The allegations against Marsich, 25, whose last known residence was in Udine, Italy, and who possessed passports from both Serbia and Italy, are set out in an affidavit by an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation filed this morning in connection with the criminal complaint. According to the affidavit, on March 25, 2018, a video-game company headquartered in the Bay Area discovered that an individual had illegally accessed its internal computer network and granted access to parts of the company’s systems. The intruder, later identified as Marsich, gained access to 25,000 accounts that allow customers to purchase items for use in video games.


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