By Tom Parmenter
Sky News correspondent
August 06, 2010
A laptop engineer who was caught by Sky News trying to hack into a bank
account has been sentenced to nine months in prison.
The 30-year-old worked at Laptop Revival in Hammersmith in March 2009
when our reporter dropped in a laptop with a seemingly simple fault.
The machine was actually loaded with covert software to monitor what
files were accessed and the webcam had been set to film some of the
The spy software revealed that Zachodni worked on the laptop for 20
minutes and used the time to look at photos of the reporter in a bikini
that had been marked private.
In another private file he had accessed her login details for Facebook,
eBay and bank account details.
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