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Second male pleads guilty of hacking party attention celebrities

A second male has pleaded guilty to regulating a phishing intrigue to get entrance to private and supportive videos and photographs of people in a party attention in Los Angeles.

Edward Majerczyk, 28, a proprietor of Chicago and Orland Park, Illinois, has certified in a defence agreement entered in a U.S. District Court for a Central District of California that between Nov. 23, 2013 by Aug 2014, he had intent in a phishing intrigue to obtain usernames and passwords from his victims, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office for a Central District of California.

Majerczyk gained entrance to a victims’ usernames and passwords after he sent them emails that seemed to be from confidence accounts of internet use providers. These mails destined a victims to a website that would collect their usernames and passwords. After illegally accessing a email accounts, he performed personal information including supportive and private  photographs and videos, according to his defence agreement.

Similar charges were also intended a few months ago opposite Ryan Collins, 36, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, who sealed a defence agreement in March. He sent out emails to his victims that seemed to be from Apple or Google from Nov 2012 until a commencement of Sep 2014.

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