SG: Alleged ‘Messiah’ hacker faces 105 more charges

Olivia Siong reports:

Alleged “Messiah” hacker James Raj Arokiasamy was handed an additional 105 charges in court on Monday (Aug 25).

This includes charges for securing unauthorised access into the Fuji Xerox webserver between Mar 1 and 24 last year. He is also accused of hacking into and making unauthorised modifications to a fan site created for City Harvest Church co-founder and pop singer Sun Ho‘s official website.

This happened on numerous occasions from Aug 28 to Sep 2, 2013.

Raj is also accused of scanning several City Harvest Church-related webservers on Oct 15 last year, and several government-related websites between Oct 18 and Nov 4 last year. The websites that were scanned included that of the Singapore Prison Service, Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore Elections Department, and Ministry of Communications and Information.

In all, Raj faces a total of 162 charges.

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