Hacker suspect nabbed at Net security show

British police have arrested a man suspected of hacking into high-profile corporate Web sites and defacing them with a distinct digital calling card: a "fluffy" pink bunny rabbit.

New Scotland Yard said on Wednesday they arrested 24-year-old Lynn Htun at a London convention center, the site of InfoSecurity Europe 2003, one of Europe's largest trade fairs for Internet and computer network security.

Law enforcement and Internet security professionals said they believe Htun is the mastermind of the "Fluffi Bunni" hacking exploits, which European and U.S. authorities have been investigating for over a year.

The sources said Fluffi Bunni has been active for more than two years, hacking into sites ranging from those of McDonalds Corp to Internet security specialists SANS Institute and Symantec Corp's virus detection group SecurityFocus.

News source: CNN

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Lets see, the guys name is Lynn Htun, posts fluffy pink bunny rabbits on the sites he defaces and among them is McDonalds Corp. Sounds like he wants to "come out"