Texas Man Facing 350 Years in Prison for Hacking Into L.A. Superior Court, Sending 2 Million Phishing Emails

So this seems a bit…. extreme. See what you think. Nouran Salahieh reports:

A Texas man was found guilty Thursday of hacking into the Los Angeles Superior Court computer system and then using it to send about 2 million phishing emails, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

A jury found 33-year-old Oriyomi Sadiq Aloba guilty of 27 federal criminal charges, including conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, attempted wire fraud, unauthorized impairment of a protected computer, unauthorized access to a protected computer to obtain information and aggravated identity theft, authorities said.

He faces a statutory maximum sentence of more than 350 years in federal prison, according to the Department of Justice .

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