UK Teen In Court For Hacking The FBI, CIA And DHS Chiefs



A teenager on Friday, admitted in a British court that he tried to hack into the computers of top US officials including former CIA chief John Brennan.

 The 18-year-old teenager, Kane Gamble who belonged to a hacktivist group known as "Crackas With Attitude", pleaded guilty to 10 count charges related to attempted intrusions which targeted US senior security officials and the department of Justice.

 The attacks which was carried out between late 2015 and 2016 from the teens home in the East Midlands region of England, targeted US senior security officials such as James Clapper (Director of National Intelligence), Jeh Johnson, the former US Secretary of Homeland Security, and a deputy director of the FBI.

 Gamble was released on conditional bail ahead of sentencing will take place on December 15, although he pleaded guilty to eight charges of performing a function with intent to secure unauthorized access, and two charges of unauthorized acts with intent to impair operation of a computer.

 If you could remember sometime in July 2017, 4 teenagers and a 23-year-old man all members of the Crackas with Attitude group were arrested for several hack activities which the group carried out between 2015 and 2016. Those hacks included attacks carried out on FBI, CIA and DHS

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