Teen Boy Hacks into Social Media A/Cs of Cricketer Mohammad Siraj
An offensive act of facing a PC screen to take control over people's accounts, while using their private pictures or information with sinister intentions is one sort of crime just like stalking somebody physically. Even troubling somebody with constant phone-calls, dispatching texts else messaging the person via different social-networking websites constitutes a crime known as cyber-crime.
Somewhere certain watchman's son, aged just 14, infiltrated the social-networking website A/Cs belonging to Mohammad Siraj an international cricketer from Hyderabad followed with sending 'I love You' missives into many of the player's buddies' accounts. Knowledge of the incident occurred when Siraj a pace bowler filed one complaint on January 23.
The whole episode became known to Siraj when his buddies questioned him regarding the missives. Only when the cricketer eventually convinced his pals that the messages were not his that the friends became silent. Now, Siraj has a huge fan army from Hyderabad, so police by not wasting any time managed locating the hacker as well as resolving the issue.
Following receipt of the complaint, cops without delay acted to trace the hacker's whereabouts. The police then detected that the pass-phrase of the cricketer was replaced with that of the hacker himself so they examined the details. The replaced password was certain mobile-phone number. Police said they acquired the phone number particulars giving them to realize that one 14-yr-old teen residing in Begumpet was using it and he was a watchman's son. Timesofindia.indiatimes.com posted this on the Web dated January 24, 2018.
After a while of investigation, the police visited the boy's residence to ask him questions while other members of his family were present. At the time of early investigation, the cops as well found the teenager's brother was a friend of Siraj. It is reported that the investigators again and again queried the hacker boy for knowing what way he was able towards infiltrating Siraj's accounts.
From that point, within the purview of IT Act, registration of a case took place; however, Siraj reportedly appealed to the investigating officials that they spare the boy and not file any case vis-à-vis him.
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