Over two years in the wake of hacking into the individual records of more than 30 big names (like Jennifer Lawrence)with a specific end goal to take private nude photographs and recordings, Edward Majerczyk has been sentenced to imprison for 9 months and requested to pay $6000 in compensation expenses to an undisclosed casualty who looked for advising administrations after her photographs were dispersed on the web.
As indicated by The Guardian, Majerczyk’s request bargain uncovers that he sent messages to more than 300 casualties in 2014, acting like a network access supplier approaching superstars for their usernames and passwords. He then utilized this data to illicitly get to the big names’ accounts, the most remarkable of whom was Oscar-winning on-screen character Jennifer Lawrence—who, at the time, called the nauseating phishing plan a “sexual violation” and “sex crime” in a meeting with Vanity Fair.
Majerczyk pled blameworthy to one check of unapproved access to an ensured PC to get data a year ago, and will be held at a correctional facility in his home city of Chicago. He was not blamed nor was he accused of offering or discharging the photographs and recordings on the web.