Gambler hacked into the National Lottery

A hacker is facing jail after he admitted accessing National Lottery gambling accounts. Anwar Batson, 29, used a hacking program called ‘Sentry MBA’ while carrying out the offences. Batson appeared at Southwark Crown Court wearing a plain white shirt with his long black hair in a ponytail, He spoke only to confirm his name and admit four offences under the 1990 Computer Misuse Act, when he appeared at Southwark Crown Court. Judge Michael Grieve, QC, adjourned sentence until 10 January…

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