FL: Accused hacker apologizes to Lee County elections official

There’s a follow-up to a case previously noted on this site. WINK News reports:

Cyber expert and owner of Vanguard Cybersecurity, David Michael Levin, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor charge for hacking into the Lee County elections website Tuesday.

Levin’s plea for a misdemeanor was a reduction to the felony charges he faced. He will serve 20 days in jail, weekends only, then two years of probation.

One week after primary elections, Levin addressed a judge, apologizing for the security breech which he called a “political stunt” to advance Lee County Supervisor of Elections candidate Dan Sinclair’s campaign.

 

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