Hackers Interrupted The Virtual Court Hearing With Pornhub Clips And Loud Music

Posted by Sumaiya Ghani in Funny On 9th August 2020
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#1 Recently a teenager was accused of hacking high-profile Twitter accounts - including those of Elon Musk and Barack Obama - on July 15th.

17-year-old Graham Clark was accused of hacking high profile Twitter accounts including those of Elon Musk and Barack Obama. The unexpected thing occurred when the virtual hearing was being held on 15th July.

Everything was going fine when suddenly the hearing got interrupted by Pornhub clips and loud music. It turned out that the Zoombombers hacked the virtual court hearing of the teenage hacker.

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#2 The hackers pretended to be employees of the news outlets CNN and the BBC.

They entered the hearing pretending to be reporters.

WFLA reports that Judge Christopher Nash said after a Pornhub clip was shown: "I'll apologize to everybody for that display. I was removing people as quickly as I could."

"How the judge in charge of the proceeding didn't think to enable settings that would prevent people from taking over the screen is beyond me," he wrote. "My guess is he didn’t know he could."

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#3 Judge Christopher Nash apologized to everybody and even closed to hearing for 10 minutes to deal with the sudden situation

The hearing was closed for 10 minutes by the Judge but it didn't stop the hackers who interrupted it again by loud music.

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#4 The next virtual hearing is set to be held on October 7 which will be a "password-protected" Zoom conference.

Clark, 17, has not only been accused of hacking high-profile accounts but is also accused of hacking the Twitter accounts to obtain cryptocurrency.

Darrell Dirks, the Hillsborough County Assistant State Attorney prosecuting the case, said, "The $117,000 represents the loss that we know of at least at this point, regarding the fraudulent Bitcoin solicitation that was made on allegedly on behalf of internationally know and famous people."

His attorneys requested the Judge to lower Clark's bond to an amount he would be able to pay but the request was denied. The next virtual hearing is set to be held on October 7 which will be a "password-protected" Zoom conference.

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