Hacker Admits Sabotaging Long Island Company

There’s a follow-up to a breach involving  Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation  first noted on this site in May, 2013. Thomas Bolger reports:

A software programmer formerly from Smithtown has admitted to hacking into and sabotaging a Long Island-based company’s computer network in retaliation for being passed over for promotions three years ago.

Michael Meneses pleaded guilty Friday at Central Islip federal court to unlawful transmission of computer code and commands.

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