So-called spam king Sanford Wallace has been accused with hacking the accounts of half a million Facebook users to send 27 million spam emails.
Wallace carried out three attacks on the social networking site between November 2008 and March 2009. He will encounter a possible 40-year jail sentence and a $2 million fine for multiple counts of fraud, intentional damage to a protected computer and criminal contempt.
Wallace, 43, supposedly managed to evade spam filters of Facebook to post messages on his victims’ friends’ walls. Clicking on a link in the message will guide . . . → Read More: Sanford Wallace, Suspect for Facebook Hack