Porn Video Interrupts Zoom Hearing For Alleged Twitter Hacker

By on August 10, 2020

August 10, 2020

A bond hearing being held via videoconferencing for a 17 old accused of taking part in a massive hack of Twitter went off the rails fast. Notice of the hearing was available via public records, specifying the Zoom meeting time and ID number, essentially allowing anyone to participate. Less than a minute into the proceedings someone streamed a live video of himself adjusting his face mask. A few minutes later, someone began interjecting loud music. The prosecutor was interrupted by random chatter while in the midst of explaining to the judge that investigators are still in the process of discovering the extent of alleged illegal hacking activities by defendant Graham Clark of Tampa, Fla., 17. After the chatter stopped, a porn clip was injected into the conference. The New York Times recently published an in-depth article about Clark, an online games hustler who graduated into schemes involving SIM swapping, a form of fraud that involves social engineering employees at mobile phone companies to gain control over a target’s phone number and any financial, email and social media accounts associated with that number.

Read the full article at:

Krebs On Security

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!