Friday, 5 February 2016

Bad Tech Boy Arrested for Hacking School Computers, changing grades


If you know a lot about technology and hacking, then it might not be difficult for you to hack your school computer especially when you performed poorly in your school exam. Well that's what 17 year old teenager named Saivamsi Hanumanthu did and was arrested in North Carolina in USA on Wednesday.

This isn't new after the world richest man Bill Gates recently confessed that he too hacked his school computers to meet girls and to change grades but was lucky he wasn't caught for once.

This hacking incident took place on October 2015 at Panther Creek High School in Carolina. After month long investigations, he was finally put behind the bars. If found guilty, he could be sentenced to more than 4 years in prison.

Saivamsi hailed from Pilot Hill Drive in Morrisville was charged with felony accessing government computers, felony breaking and entering, and doing crime by accessing government computers.

According to statement by Police, on October 13, 2015, School Authorities reported that their school’s database was hacked and grades were changed of some students.

School Administrators said that the modifications changed the class rank and GPA of the students.

Police recovered a laptop and seven USB flash drives from the student’s residence less than a month after their inspection began but they didn’t imposed charges on him until this week, earlier reports disclosed.

Hanumanthu was freed from the Wake County jail on Wednesday and $15,000 unsecured bond was given to him and is due back in court on Feb. 25.


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