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A Las Vegas federal judge has set bail of ,000 for 23-year-old Hutchins.
The judge said Marcus is not a danger to the community and has sufficient community support to not be a flight risk.
He might have even helped criminals posing as researchers.'Friend Andrew Mabbitt, a British digital security specialist who had been staying in a £5million rented Las Vegas mansion with Hutchins, said: 'I refuse to believe the charges.
He spent his career stopping malware, not writing it.' Court documents accuse him of being responsible for creating the Kronos banking Trojan - but this tweet from the time shows he asks for a sample, with his friends questioning why he would do that when he was supposed to have created it Hutchins was held after a week partying at a hacking conference in Vegas where he took over a £5million mansion with the city's biggest private pool and rented a £200,000 Lamborghini Huracan to race around in.
The indictment was filed in Wisconsin federal court last month.
Yesterday, his mother Janet Hutchins said it was 'hugely unlikely' that her son was involved because he has spent 'enormous amounts of time' combating such attacks.
The 23-year-old, who found a 'kill-switch' that derailed the attack that crippled the NHS in May, was granted bail under strict conditions that he pay 30,000 dollars (£23,000) and remain in the US.
The federal prosecutor in Nevada is likely to ask federal judge Nancy Koppe to have Hutchins extradited to Milwaukee to be arraigned.
Marcus Hutchins, 23, was arrested by the FBI in a first class airport lounge and now faces a maximum of 40 years in jail if convicted.
Hutchins, from Ilfracombe, Devon, plans to plead not guilty to all six counts of creating and distributing the Kronos malware, his lawyer said after his hearing in Las Vegas on Friday.
We are all aware of his will-they-won't-they relationships, his job, that one time he wore a swastika and that other time he went to Las Vagas and got his kit off.
A British hacker hailed as a hero for helping shut down a global cyber attack has admitted in a police interview that he created the code of a malware that harvests bank details, a prosecutor said in a Las Vegas court.
The Devon-born computer expert, who lives with his mum and dad, was held as he tried to leave the US on a first class Virgin Atlantic flight two days ago.