If your PSN, 2K or Windows Live account info got leaked in 2014, you may finally be getting justice. Notorious hacker Derptroll has just plead guilty to denial of service attack charges. Among other things, 23 year old Utah resident Austin Thompson was responsible for taking Steam, Origin and SOE down in 2013 and 2014. He is reportedly facing a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, and sentencing is set for March 1, 2019. Thompson's attacks, which flooded his victims' servers with enough internet traffic to take them offline, were directed mainly at online gaming companies and servers, including then San Diego-based Sony Online Entertainment. Thompson typically used the Twitter account @DerpTrolling to announce that an attack was imminent and then posted screenshots or other photos showing that victims’ servers had been taken down after the attack. The attacks took down game servers and related computers around the world, often for hours at a time. According to the plea agreement, Thompson’s actions caused at least $95,000 in damages.