Added: Koren Karn - Date: 23.10.2021 17:56 - Views: 36938 - Clicks: 1199
Why bother asking people to send nudes when you can hack their s?
This is what a former Yahoo software engineer seemingly thought after he breached over 6, Yahoo s in search of racy pics. What he got instead is a charge for computer intrusion in a US federal court.
On September 30, Reyes Daniel Ruiz plead guilty to hacking into thousands of s while still employed at the Verizon-owned company, CyberScoop reports. The year-old admitted to specifically targeting the s of young women, both friends and colleagues, hoping to get a hold of explicit images and videos.
To this end, Ruiz abused various internal Yahoo systems in order to gain access to iCloud, Facebook, Gmail, Dropbox, and other services where users tend to store private images. The software engineer, who left the company infurther admitted to destroying the device where he stored stolen images once Yahoo had initiated an investigation into the matter.
For his crime, Ruiz will be charged with one count of computer intrusion.
Back inthe Verizon subsidiary revealed it had suffered a massive breach inwhich affected over 3 billion people — pretty much all of its users. Anyone seeking more details about the Ruiz case can take a gander at the indictment here.
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