Adelaide teenager gets a good-behavior bond for hacking twice into Apple’s computer systems
An Australian teenager who was a big admirer of the technology giant, Apple hacked into the company’s secure computer system twice hoping to get a job. He is now pleading guilty to multiple computer hacking charges.
The 17-year-old Adelaide schoolboy, who can’t be named, along with another teenager from Melbourne first hacked into Apple’s mainframe in December 2015 when he was just 13 years old. He again hacked the system in early 2017 when he was 15 years old, and managed to download internal documents and data, according to ABC News.