Hacker Edwin Andrew Pena of Miami has admitted to selling around 10 million minutes of VoIP calls for approximately $1 million, according to The Register.
Pena routed the VoIP calls over telecommunication networks under the radar.
He pleaded guilty to two felonies; conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud and unauthorized access to a protected computer. He skipped bail and was arrested in Mexico last year. Pena faces up to 25 years in prison and a fine of $500,000 at his sentencing hearing, which is scheduled for May.
Pena was arrested along with Robert Moore back in 2006 after routing VoIP calls over a variety of telecom networks without the companies’ permission.