Police Confirm GTA 6 Hacker Violated Bail
The hacker arrested for hacking Rockstar’s GTA 6 game has now been released on bail, British police have confirmed. This hacker was arrested on Wednesday, January 24, 2019. The arrest was made by Rocstar Security after Hacker released 90 films on the Internet.
Police confirm that Hacker GTA 6 violates the guarantee
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Earlier, police announced that he was a guarantee and expected an investigation, but recent reports claim that he violated his promise. The hacker was arrested last week following a police investigation into copyright and trade secret violations. He was released on bail but re-arrested after violating the terms of his release by contacting Rockstar Games. In September, he was arrested for violating the Computer Hacking Act and released on bail.
This person is accused of hacking the Rockstar Games network and stealing unreleased images of Grand Theft Auto 6. The man, who police have not named after being arrested for breaching the Computer Misuse Act, was released on bail late last week. He was accused of hacking the Rockstar Games network, stealing the source code, and releasing unreleased footage of Grand Theft Auto 6.
A statement from the City of London’s cyber unit said: “As part of an investigation supported by the National Crime Agency (NCA), the City of London Police arrested a 17-year-old boy in Oxfordshire on Thursday (September 22). Suspect Hacking) National Cyber Crime Unit (NCCU) He was briefed on the police investigation. The teenager was charged with two counts of breach of bail and two counts of computer abuse. He will appear at Highbury Corner Juvenile Court on Saturday 24 September 2022.
According to reports, the hacker is a 17-year-old boy named “A.K.” He was released on bail two days later and ordered to stay away from video games, computers, and other electronic devices with internet access. After this violation, he will be arrested again and sent to court according to the law. In addition to the 90 videos, the suspect also threatened to sell the source code of GTA 5 and 6.
He is said to be part of a hacking group known as “Lapsus$” that allegedly hacked Uber earlier this month. More arrests are expected to follow as the FBI has also opened an investigation into the case. It remains to be seen if A.K. will be sentenced to a longer prison term for violating bail conditions.