The Assassins' Guild served as headquarters for two other pirate groups: Pirates With An Attitude and Razor 1911. The case began last April when federal law enforcement officials raided Morris's home and seized 13 computers, 11 modems, a satellite dish, and about 50GB of stored data.
Under terms of the agreement, Morris will pay a $70,300 cash fine and forfeit the seized computer equipment. Both Novell and Microsoft claimed that Morris was using the equipment to make and distribute copies of their software products.
Morris is also required to assist Microsoft and Novell in continuing BBS piracy investigations under the court agreement.