A 29-year-old man has admitted hacking into an ISP’s servers and deleting data belonging to the business, after he threatened to burn down its offices and menaced a company director with an axe.
Bryce Kingsley Quilley, of Tailem Bend, South Australia, pleaded guilty to three counts of unlawful modification of computer data at the Adelaide firm that he used to work for, one aggravated count of threatening to cause harm and one aggravated count of threatening to damage property.
Clearly Quilley was having some anger management issues on June 14th last year, when on three separate occasions he hacked into the company’s servers using confidential passwords and information, menaced the company director with an axe and threatened to burn down the building.
At the time, South Australian police described the incident…
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