Paige Thompson, the 33-year-old from Seattle accused of hacking Capital One and 30 other organizations, has been indicted on two counts of wire fraud and computer fraud and abuse.

The Department of Justice announced on Wednesday that Thompson, known online as “erratic,” was indicted by a federal grand jury and will be arraigned on September 5 in the U.S. District Court in Seattle.

Capital One is the only organization that has been named in the indictment, but three other victims have been described as a state agency, a telecommunications conglomerate located outside the U.S., and a public research university in the United States. All of these victims used the services of Amazon Web Services (AWS) — AWS is not specifically named; the indictment references AWS as “the Cloud Computing Company.”