For many software developers, the promise of a job with Apple is the pinnacle of success. Yet, the largest tech firm in the world is infamously exclusive, and generally only takes on the absolute cream of the crop. This, according to Endgadget, led one Australian teen to take desperate measures to try and gain the attention of the brand.
The 16-year-old teen successfully hacked Apple’s computer systems and stole sensitive data from the brand by exploiting a virtual private network used by authorised personnel between June 2015 and November 2016. He was locked out of the system due to the numerous breaches, but regained access again in April 2017.
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