Two Young Hackers Jailed For Hacking TalkTalk that Costs £77million



Two young hackers jailed for their roles in a hack attack on TalkTalk which hit 157,000 accounts and costs £77million.

Matthew Hanley, 23, who hacked the site in 2015 and stolen personal and financial information of more than 156,000 customers and he handed the details to 21-year-old friend Connor Allsopp and he sold the data for another online user for fraud.

The Judge Anuja Dhir QC jailed Hanley for 12 months and his friend Allsopp for eight months. Judge Dhir said it was a tragedy to find ‘two individuals of such extraordinary talent’ reported Dailymail.

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