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A 22-year-old Kansas man may face the next quarter century behind bars after allegedly hacking computer systems to affect tap water. A press release from the Department of Justice reveals that Wyatt A. Travnichek, 22, of Ellsworth County, Kansas is charged with one count of tampering with a public water system and one count of […]

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The man, Joshua Polloso Epifaniou, now 22, of Nicosia, Cyprus, was arrested in his country in May 2017 and was extradited to the United States in July 2020. In January 2021, Epifaniou admitted in court to perpetrating a scheme in which he hacked the websites of multiple companies, exfiltrated data of interest, and then contacted […]

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A man from Ann Arbor, Michigan faces up to 10 years in prison for hacking into Washtenaw County government systems in an attempt to get a friend released early. A statement issued Friday by the Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Michigan reveals that 27-year-old Konrads Voits pleaded guilty to damaging a protected computer […]

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