Recently, a 24-year-old unemployed British hacker discovered a severe flaw in the software of his bank through which he managed to steal for four weeks about $170,000 and simply transferred to an account of his partner.
This Hacker Stole $170,000 From His Bank To Buy A BMW & A Range Rover
When you have been unemployed for a long time and you get a considerable amount of money… What do you invest in? Surely the last thing you would do would be to buy a BMW, a Range Rover, and get some tattoos on your face and neck. Especially if that money has stolen and you do not want to draw attention.
James Ejankowski, 24, of Bridlington is an unemployed British hacker who discovered a flaw in the software of his bank used to manage its funds. When he made a transfer of funds from his checking account to a special savings account, between midnight and one in the morning, he manages to transfer more funds than he actually had.
Taking advantage of this bug the 24-year-old unemployed British hacker, James Ejankowski managed to steal for four weeks about 135,000 British pounds (which is about Rs. 1,10,69,190) which have been transferred to an account of his partner.
Far from behaving discreetly not to be discovered, with this money the 24-year-old unemployed British hacker, James Ejankowski paid some debts, gave a part to several relatives, who lied to justify how he had got the money, bought a BMW and a Range Rover, and also paid for the neck and face tattoos that can be seen in the opening photo.
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