|Affiliation:||The Lane Hackers|
|Age:||30, born 798 A.S.|
Subject born and raised on Manhattan. Only son of a family of transport captains working for Ageira Technologies. He learned flying basics on Manhattan Flight School and started to fly at age 18 as a freelancer, taking mostly shipping contracts between the Border and the Edge Worlds. Three years later the subject decided to give up the freelancer jack-of-all-trades life as he thought it to be not worthy enough and joined Ageira Technologies. Following his parents' steps he was first assigned to the escorts and patrols launching from Detroit Munitions. Subject demonstrated good handling skills and basic combat prowess - he managed to hold on his own in a large attack of Xeno swarm assaulting Detroit's facilities.
While assigned to Detroit, the subject took interest in cyber security and took part in number of Ageira security courses including the basics of Ageira White Boxes technology employed in movement of trade lane and jumpgate parts. Upon graduation, the subject became a member of Ageira's Security Division detachment and as a result was reassigned to Pueblo Station. His primary task was overlooking the station's systems from external intrusions. He maintained this post, while still occasionally being assigned as a cyber security consultant and to escort duties.
While escorting a top-secret cargo moved by an Ageira transport, an LPI agent halted the convoy for conventional scanning procedures. The Ageira convoy was found hauling presumably illicit cargo through Liberty, namely Artifacts and Unlicensed Light Arms acquired from the black market. The Ageira employee stated that he was on a top-secret assignment for the Liberty Security Forces. During questioning on Pueblo the subject witnessed something he had interpreted as an open act of bribery and was convinced that the Ageira employee he was escorting gave a small credit card to the agent, while whispering something. In fact it was a token with special operations authorization. It is believed that this incident made the subject to turn against its former company, as he suddenly attacked and knocked out both the Ageira employee and LPI agent. As the security recording shows, the subject accessed a local console from which he hacked his way inside Pueblo's mainframe and acquired clearance for his small shuttle to undock, as well as wiping all noticeable information from local personnel archives. Once he failed to temporarily shutdown the defence grid and raised the alarms, he rushed to the dock section.
As he left the docking hangars, the station's outer defence grid went back online just in time and started firing upon the shuttle. Unfortunately, the subject managed to avoid most of the incoming fire and was last seen heading in to the Silverton field...
...since then, the subject was nowhere to be seen again. Alleged rumors speak of a pilot fitting the description flying under Hacker transponder and extorting corporate assets. These rumors need to be confirmed. Proceed with extreme caution and prejudice.
- Theft of an Ageira personnel shuttle;
- Alleged hacking attempt into Pueblo's mainframe system - consequent data destruction on subject;
- Murder and/or capture of several Ageira employees, as well as LPI and Navy officers;
- Destruction of corporate and police depots;
- Alleged multiple extortion of Ageira and corporate assets.
All security agents are instructed to capture the subject after eliminating all its electronic warfare systems in order to avoid a hostile takeover. If captured the target is to be transferred to the nearest facility to be interrogated.