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Police officer trawled police computers to contact sex workers, track down a former lover and make 195 checks on a Gateshead gangster who he had fallen out with following a Christmas day brawl.Sentenced to 255 hours unpaid work and ordered to pay costs.US Department of Defense (Do D) estimated cost to fix the damage at about 8,000 (c. Devereux aka "His Royal Gingerness" hacked into the websites of Norwich airport and the Norfolk and Norwich hospital in 2015.

Eight month sentence suspended for 18 months, an order restricting his access to the internet and computer activity and an order to complete 250 hours unpaid of work.

Webcam voyeur used Blackshades Remote Access Trojan (RAT) malware to spy on people through their webcams.

Unemployed hacker accessed a gold bullion firm website to obtain names, addresses and tracking numbers of customers to enable associates to intercept the gold deliveries.

Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to steal, unauthorised access to a computer and blackmail and sentenced to five years and four months in jail.

All contributions welcomed, please submit any suggested additions and corrections by e-mail. Sentenced to nine months in jail suspended for two years, 200 hours of unpaid work, six month curfew 7pm and 7am (monitored by a tag) and 20 rehabilitation activity days.

Police Constable accessed Lancashire Constabulary systems 21,802 times over 7 years to obtain personal details of car crash victims to sell on to ambulance chasing claims firms. 25 year-old accessed a US military satellite communications system in June 2014 and stole 800 users' usernames, ranks and email addresses and details of about 30,000 satellite phones. Sentenced to 18 months in prison, suspended for 18 months.

19 year old man involved in 2015 attack on ISP Talk Talk stole customer data and demanded a payment of 465 bitcoins. Essex man harvested 2,133 passwords and usernames found in his possession in order to commit online fraud. Sentenced to prison for 18 months suspended for two years, to 200 hours community service, and ordered to attend a rehabilitation course and to pay back the profits of his crime (8,829.32).

DDo S attack on Coleg Sir Gar website where he was a student. Also supplied "stressor" and "booter" tools to allow others to carry out Distributed Denial of Service (DDo S) attacks. Police officer misused Bedfordshire Police systems to locate his victim (a cleaner at Luton Police Station) and defraud him out of his inheritance. Sentenced to five years, seven months imprisonment "The Quadsys Five" hacked into a business rival IT security reseller's computer system to access customer and pricing data. Directors Barnard, Cox and Streeter sentenced to 10 months imprisonment, suspended for two years, three month curfew, 150 hours of unpaid work and victim surcharge of 100; Manager Steve Davies sentenced to nine months imprisonment, suspended for two years, 150 hours of unpaid work, and victim surcharge of 100; IT Security Consultant Jon Townsend a 12-month community order, 275 hours of unpaid work, three month curfew and victim surcharge of 60.

On over 40 occasions over four months in 2011 ex-employee hacked the computer systems of business competitor Rouncy Media Ltd, publisher of Coach & Bus Week magazine, for sales and email data. Convicted, fined and given a community service order of 180 hours.

Adult student at University of Birmingham installed four keyboard spying devices to steal staff passwords used to obtain access to his examination results and improve grades. Disgruntled ex-employee used access credentials to disable 120 of former employer's time-lapse cameras at construction sites around the world.

Guilty plea to six CMA charges - unauthorised access to computer material, intent to commit further offences and impairing the operation of a computer. 44 year old Casino croupier and supporter of Anonymous published DDo S cyber attack links to UK Home Office and Home Secretary Theresa May websites on Twitter. Unauthorised acts with intent to impair operation of a computer.