Bryce Quilley, of Tailem Bend, Australia, admitted that he threatened to burn down his Internet service provider (ISP) and threatened the owner with an axe after hacking the ISP’s servers.
Adelaide Now reported, on Monday, that Quilley pleaded guilty to “unlawful modification of computer data, one aggravated count of threatening to cause harm and one aggravated count of threatening to damage property.”
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Court paper said that Quilley hacked servers owned by the ISP at least three times on July 14, 2011.
Adelaide Now reports: “That same day, he threatened to burn down the offices of the ISP and, while armed with an axe, threatened to cause harm to its owner."