Adelaide teen gets good-behaviour bond for hacking Apple systems

Adelaide teen gets good-behaviour bond for hacking Apple systems

A teenager from Adelaide who twice hacked into Apple’s computer systems has been placed on a nine-month good-behavior bond. The 17-year-old boy hacked the tech giant’s systems first when he was just 13 and then again when he was 15. The boy said he had been motivated by a desire to secure a job with Apple. He pleaded guilty to several counts of unauthorized modification of data.

KCooper
KCooper
Diogenes Scrunguloso
Diogenes Scrunguloso 7 months

Yes, use litigation to fix a technical security issue. I'm sure that'll go well for you.

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If not Apple the IP theiving Chinese will offer him a job in the pla (they're paid peanuts but hey)

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