Teen Hacks Apple Network Stores Data In An Open Folder


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An Australian teen hacked into Apple’s network and stored the files he found in customer accounts in a folder named “hacky hack hack.” The teen is highly talented and has been bypassing online systems since he was sixteen. He had also built¬†computerized tunnels to keep himself untrackable.

Apple administration notified FBI of the breach and FBI raided his family home, discovering the hacking files and instructions saved in the folder. Reportedly, he also had downloaded 90 GB of data. The investigation further reported that he had used a software to hack into the network.

This teen was a fan of Apple and has been hacking into Apple’s mainframe on many occasions. He also told police that he wanted to work for the tech giant. The teen also told his friends about his achievement¬†on Whatsapp. The hacker will be sentenced next month.

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