Queensland hacker has Red Rooster revenge

Powered by SC Magazine
 

Attempts revenge by chicken.

A 23-year-old former fast food worker at Red Rooster has escaped conviction after an apparent 'revenge' attack where he remotely accessing a work computer to order $67,000 of chicken.

The man had resigned earlier in the day after a heated argument allegedly over safety issues, according to a report by the Queensland Times.

He reportedly placed the huge orders after resigning over the row.

The order was flagged by a supplier who reported the issue to the Queensland store before it was fulfilled. The owner then reported it to police.

Copyright © iTnews.com.au . All rights reserved.


Queensland hacker has Red Rooster revenge
 
 
 
Top Stories
Tech SWAT teams kicking down the digital door
From dam engineers in Ecuador to Sydney light-rail gurus, Cardno's global CIO Karen Wagner is linking up her widespread organisation.
 
Brandis hits telcos with new security reforms
Civil penalties for those who don't comply.
 
When does an insurance company turn into a software vendor?
The lines are blurring for ASX-listed Cover-More Group.
 
 
Sign up to receive iTnews email bulletins
   FOLLOW US...
Latest Comments
Polls
Is site blocking effective in stopping piracy?


   |   View results
Yes
  2%
 
No
  86%
 
Somewhat
  12%
TOTAL VOTES: 491

Vote