Teen Jailed for Refusing to Give Up His Password

Tagged: encryption, password, Technology
Source: Toms Guide - Read the full article
Posted: 4 years 1 week ago

"Oliver Drage was arrested in May 2009 in Blackpool as part of a crackdown on child sexual exploitation. Police seized Drage's computer, but wasn't able to crack the encryption on the data stored on his drives. The Daily Mail characterizes Drage's 50-character encryption as "sophisticated," which probably isn't untrue given that UK authorities has still yet to crack his password after 17 months of trying." | more

 

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Anonymous

19 years old, so not a teen

Are you serious? what do you think a teen is?
I believe that nineTEEN is a teen?

thermalzombie
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Something that automatically formats the drive when wrong password entered would be good.

Tiv
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falmatrix2r wrote:19 years old, so not a teen

That's True, maybe he was still in High School, held back a year.

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19 years old, so not a teen

I have a gaming PC and all gaming consoles and it definately doens't get you laid!
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That's a tricky subject..