Hacker sues bank for his time

Monday, 18 December 2006, 1:00 AM EST

A man who admitted hacking into the Reserve Bank's telephone system now wants $7500 from the organisation for using his information to upgrade its security.

Security consultant Gerry Macridis walked free from court despite admitting he accessed the bank's computer-controlled phone system without authorisation.

At Stuff.co.nz

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