Former Yahoo engineer hacked 6,000 accounts in search of porn

A former Yahoo software engineer pleaded guilty yesterday to hacking into the personal accounts of over 6,000 Yahoo users, in search of sexual images and videos.


What a fu#@ing disgusting slime-ball.

Reyes Daniel Ruiz, a ten year employee of Yahoo’s, busted into the accounts of predominately young women in search of lewd content amongst their email.

Further more he would then use his open access to their email to reset passwords on other services like Apple’s iCloud, Facebook, Gmail and more to broaden his search to other services.

Source: Former Yahoo engineer pleads guilty to hacking user emails in search for porn | ZDNet

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