Security researcher pleads guilty to hacking into Microsoft and Nintendo

A 24-year-old security researcher admitted to hacking Microsoft and Nintendo servers and stealing confidential information and barely escaped today's prison. Zammis Clark, known as Slipstream or Raylee, has been indicted several times for computer misuse on Thursday in the London Crown Court and has pleaded guilty to hacking Microsoft and the Nintendo network.

Clark said Microsoft had free access to Microsoft's network on January 24, 2017 for at least three weeks by creating a server using an internal username and password and uploading a web shell. Clark was able to upload multiple shells to search through Microsoft's network, upload files, and download data.

Clark steals a total of 43,000 files against Microsoft's internal Windows Flighting server. This server contains a confidential copy of the prerelease version of Windows and is used to distribute early beta code to developers working on Windows. Clark scanned approximately 7,500 unreleased products, codenames, and build numbers and targeted a unique build number to obtain information about pre-release versions of Windows.


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