Guilty plea to two counts of an unauthorised act with intent to impair computer operation. Self-styled paedophile hunter posed as underage girls in chatrooms to entice men to send indecent images of themselves that he exchanged for other indecent images that concealed malware to obtain their personal details for blackmail. Guilty plea to one count of communicating false information and one count of unauthorised computer access.
Sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for both offences.
Founder member of international cyber crime network D33Ds used SQL injection attacks to obtain 300k usernames and passwords from Yahoo and offered them for sale.
Also attacked a website selling computer game codes that were obtained for resale. Jailed for two years after guilty pleas to three offences under CMA 1990 s3 and fraud.
After a series of toxic civil disputes, father-in-law Christopher Hutcheson (Snr) and his two sons used key logger to capture passwords and hacked into Gordon Ramsay Holdings Ltd systems to access email accounts of employees, financial data and details of intellectual property (IP) rights. Hutcheson (Snr) sentnced to six months imprisonment; Chris Hutcheson (Jnr) and Adam Hutcheson given four-month prison sentences, suspended for two years Teenager Mudd wrote Titanium Stresser DDo S malware and used it for 595 DDo S attacks against 181 IP addresses.
Webcam voyeur used Blackshades Remote Access Trojan (RAT) malware to spy on people through their webcams.
US Department of Defense (Do D) estimated cost to fix the damage at about 8,000 (c. Devereux aka "His Royal Gingerness" hacked into the websites of Norwich airport and the Norfolk and Norwich hospital in 2015.
The airport's website was down for three days and said the breach cost 40,000 to fix. Sentenced to 32 weeks in prison, issued with a Criminal behaviour Order (CBO) preventing him from owning an internet enabled device unless he follows a set of strict rules for five years and ordered to pay 150 as a victim surcharge Restaurateur Gordon Ramsay family feud.
Unemployed hacker accessed a gold bullion firm website to obtain names, addresses and tracking numbers of customers to enable associates to intercept the gold deliveries.
Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to steal, unauthorised access to a computer and blackmail and sentenced to five years and four months in jail.