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xalys19443y“When Magyar Telekom detected an "uninvited" intrusion on their internal network, the company on same day reported the incident to the police, leading to his arrest.”
Sounds like he got caught and didn’t prove good intentions.
@xalys didn't he report his first batch of vulns to telekom? The ones that didn't even trigger their security alerts? Isn't that 'good intentions'?
Didn't he continue his investigation for more bugs after he was booted, just to report them later?
All I see is a concerned citizen, concerned about his ant the whole nation's safety. Maybe the story missed a fact or two that would draw him as a bad guy. Maybe. Maybe not. But current version of the story psints him in bright colors
@zemaitis steal? Who stole what? What data did the chap steal? The article does not mention anything about stealing stuff.
If I report to the police that national archive's building has a huge crack in the wall which could be exploited to steal data, am I a criminal?
Suppose they gave me a slap as well. Next time I walk past that same building I see a piece of fence us missing, I lean over to have a look what's happening, whether there's some construction ongoing or should I call police. Am I a criminal now deserving 8 yrs in prison?
Also do not compare a TV and personal dats nation-wide. They are like apples and trains.
h4xx3r17013yJust let's settle down worldwide that if you've found a security breach, never notify with your public identity.
It's pointless and dangerous, especially if your country doesn't have any regulation (about security research) in this regard.
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