Did Hacker Put Stolen Risque Photos On Facebook
July 21, 2011 by Post Team
Did Hacker Put Stolen Risque Photos On Facebook, At least 19 women were victims of a hacker who broke into their email accounts, photographs captured bawdy women and then changed them images of women in Facebook profile, authorities said.
The hacker, Bernard Joseph Campbell, 24, Largo, has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges of cyberstalking and unauthorized access to a computer, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court in Tampa. He is scheduled to enter his statement to U.S. August 5 U.S. District Judge Richard Lazzara.
Women were “devastated,” said Lt. Bill Sohl of the Belleair Police Department. “Suddenly, we were getting phone calls from his friends, saying,” You know what’s on their Facebook page? ”
Campbell acknowledged piracy in somewhere between 350 and 500 email accounts, said Sohl, who said that Campbell knew that many of the victims of a local private school. Campbell finding and using photographs of n*de and semi n*de women at least 19 accounts, Sohl said.
Campbell’s plea agreement says that published photos of victims and private videos on various websites “to harass victims and cause emotional distress.”
Campbell’s lawyer, Anne Borghetti, said he could not discuss the case.
One of the methods used Campbell, Sohl said, was to send emails to the women saying they had received a greeting card. The e-mail instructed recipients to enter their email addresses and passwords, but there was no greeting cards.
Campbell will use the addresses and passwords to examine the accounts, where he found the photographs, Sohl said. Some of the women had sent risqué photos to their boyfriends, who were stationed overseas in the armed forces, said Sohl.
Campbell then enter the accounts of women from Facebook and risque images of their profile pictures, visible for all, said Sohl. It would also send a link to a website called Pinellas County Sl*ts, who had pictures of all the women in it. The site was withdrawn early in the investigation, said Sohl. The plea agreement, said Campbell also sent to a site called “Sl*ts container” and a forum called “Revenge.”
“He was very skilled in computer topics,” said Sohl. “I worked at a computer all the time.” Sohl said Campbell worked for a temp agency.
Each of the two counts Campbell has agreed to plead guilty to a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison and a fine and 250,000, although Campbell is likely to receive a lesser sentence in the sentencing guidelines.
The plea agreement also calls for Campbell to give up your laptop and desktop computers.
Sohl said the case should serve as a warning of what can happen. “These things have to be there,” he said, “people understand to be careful what they send.”
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