Assuming a hacker has sent somebody malware. It's a trojan (digitally signed by TeamViewer) which runs automatically when windows starts up and sends the login info to a web site using GET (sniffer proved) and runs in background so the victim could never see what's happening. So, the attacker connects to victim's PC using normal TeamViewer client and copies files containing sensitive information. Can the attacker be judged for this hack?
Some known facts:
- Victim has sniffer logs
- TeamViewer logs
- ISP Can confirm the sniffer logs
- Attacker's IP is static and it's not behind NAT and it's not using VPN - all the stuff goes directly