Guy Thackeray [neural-net account]

Dossier #7864-321 by Deep Space Engineering, Security Division, Intelligence Branch
Alias: Guy Thackeray
Affiliation: The Lane Hackers
Rank: Saboteur
Specialization: Sabotage
Status: Inactive
Joined: 824-12-27 AS
Background: Deep Space Engineering
Height: 182 cm
Hair: Dark Brown
Eyes: Blue-Green
Age: 32, born 799 A.S.

Personal Background

Subject has deleted much of the information pertaining to him from company databases and as such a limited amount of information is available. What is known is that the subject originates from Planet Houston within the Texas system. His educational credentials are known to be in the field of Networking Security. Subject studied from 818 A.S. to 822 A.S. at University of Houston, graduated with honors in Neural Net Security. Subject's career with Deep Space Engineering began in 822 A.S. shortly after his graduation from the University of Houston. During his first weeks, he proved himself to be a hard-working programmer. His notable experiences included solving many vulnerabilities within the anti-intrusion software utilized in many products of Deep Space Engineering. Later, the subject was found to be in possession of classified documentation related to the encryption of secure data channels. It was later confirmed that the subject had released these documents to an unknown party. An arrest was attempted on the subject and was deemed to be initially successful. Unfortunately, the subject escaped a cellblock on board Toronto Station. The subject was never seen after his escape Subject is known to be armed and dangerous, approach with caution.

Known Crimes

Industrial Espionage
Computer Trespass
Wire Fraud
Grand Larceny
Multiple counts of attempted murder
Multiple counts of murder

Threat Assessment

  • The subject is considered as extreme level threat in terms of personal potential to physically damage Deep Space Engineering properties and personnel.
  • The subject is considered as high level threat in terms of potential damage to Deep Space Engineering security protocols and Neural-net assets.
  • The subject is considered as high level threat in terms of potential public relations damage to Deep Space Engineering image and its subsidiaries.


All security agents are instructed to terminate at all costs the subject through the usage of overwhelming force under the assumption that it is well armed and extremely dangerous.

  • 826-04-06 AS, Public Announcement: Operation Mudpit ( )