Oct 122018
 
 October 12, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Online

Alene Tchekmedyian reports:

Richard Gregory Bauer didn’t hide his identity when he gathered information to hack into the email and social media accounts of his female friends, family members and co-workers.

In some cases, the U.S. attorney’s office said, he told them via Facebook that he was working on a class project and posed a series of questions, such as the name of their first pet or the city where their parents met — typical questions used to reset online passwords.

Read more on the Los Angeles Times.

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