Youngster who hacked Apple advised to utilize ‘gifts for good rather than evil’

Teen hacked Apple hoping the company would offer him a job

One sharp Australian youngster got a break this week subsequent to being discovered hacking tech mammoth Apple.

The 17-year-old Adelaide understudy was one of two adolescents who were accused of hacking Apple twice, once in 2015 and once in 2017, and downloading a computerized ton of internal records.

Subsequent to putting the teenager on nine months of probation rather than prison time, Magistrate David White said in a statement according to ABC News Australia: “He is clearly someone who is a gifted individual when it comes to information technology, that being said, those who have this advantage of being gifted doesn’t give them the right to abuse that gift … You must remain on the straight and narrow and use your gifts for good rather than evil.”

The Adelaide programmer’s lawyer called attention to that he was just 13 when the primary rupture happened and that the youngster trusted it would prompt a job with Apple, ABC News Australia reports.

“He had no idea about the seriousness of the offence and hoped that when it was discovered that he might gain employment at this company.”

“He didn’t know this was going to lead to anything other than a job at the end of it, [this] happened in Europe, a similar person got caught and they ended up getting employed by the company.”hacky hack hack.”

An Apple representative alluded Mashable to the announcement it issued after the decision in the primary case:

At Apple, we vigilantly protect our networks and have dedicated teams of information security professionals that work to detect and respond to threats. In this case, our teams discovered the unauthorized access, contained it, and reported the incident to law enforcement.  

We regard the data security of our users as one of our greatest responsibilities and want to assure our customers that at no point during this incident was their personal data compromised.