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A man who held a 20-centimetre knife to a woman’s throat while demanding she perform sex acts on him on New Year’s Day 23 years ago won’t serve time behind […] View full post on National Cyber Security
Online dating has become more and more popular in recent years due to a whole lot of people do not have the time to actually search for potential partners the casual way. Not only has it revolutionized the way in which singles meet but it also completely removes the challenges which we are being faced with when opting to date the casual way. People are turning to the internet to be the medium which connects people and it has the main benefit of completely removing boundaries such as location and communication between people. Read More….
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Robert Neal of Frome Park Road, Stroud collected illegal pictures and videos while depressed and drinking too much after a TV project that he was working on fell through, the court heard.
He admitted two offences of making indecent images of children and was sentenced to 9 months jail suspended for 18 months.
He was also ordered to do 150 hours unpaid work and to complete a 20 day rehabilitationRead More
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A police inspector has avoided a jail sentence after pleading guilty to possessing child abuse images.
Christopher Goodman, 43, from Guildford, who served with Surrey police force at the time of his arrest, was given a nine-month prison sentence suspended for two years at Lewes crown court.
At a previous hearing, Goodman had admitted eight offences of making a total of 92 indecent images of children.
A police spokesman said 72 of the images were classified as category C – the least serious level of image – 16 as category B, and four as category A – the most serious level. “The offences involved the use of his home computer equipment, and there was no use of Surrey police systems,” he said.
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Powered by Max Banner Ads A 20-year-old Auckland computer hacker has been discharged without conviction after launching a cyber-attack on the University of Melbourne in 2011. Neil McDonald appeared before Judge Pippa Sinclair at the North Shore District Court today facing one charge of intentionally accessing a computer system without authority. The charge faces a maximum penalty of two years’ imprisonment. Outlining the police summary of facts, Judge Sinclair said the attack occurred between November 12 and 15, 2011 when McDonald, then 17, launched a “SQL [structured query language] injection attack” through a redundant service database at the University of Melbourne. The court heard the type of attack used by McDonald was commonly used by hackers. McDonald gained the logins and passwords for four administrators and 275 staff members in the attack and then contacted the university and claimed responsibility, the court heard. He also boasted about the attack on social media and in a radio interview, Judge Sinclair said. The university then laid a complaint with Victoria Police’s e-crimes squad, and a search warrant was executed at McDonald’s Auckland home. Since his arrest, the court heard he had voluntarily completed 50 hours’ community service in his bid to obtain a […]
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