The E-Crime Squad of Victoria Police has arrested a 36-year-old man for tampering with infringement data from red light cameras and speed cameras. The police allege the unnamed man, from the suburb of Craigeburn, altered more than 67,000 infringement records. In its statement, the Victorian police says it was investigating …
says it all
when will they ever learn
I was certainly expecting a different story from the title...
Inspector Lestrade perhaps?
I was thinking more along the lines of the police catching someone hanging car tires filled with petrol over the cameras and throwing a match onto them.
Doesn't this throw the entire system into doubt?
Surely the camera system encodes the violation into the image and then generates a hash of the image? And surely only the camera interface can update the database.
Or does the user front-end interface with the DB using a dba-level account?
"the camera interface can update the database."
Ha. They're probably still using film in their cameras!!
Flame, 'cause that's what the damn things deserve!
People from Craigeburn have jobs!!!
double that ...
... there's me, first misreading "red light district cameras", and now you claim there are jobs ...
(must be Friday)
Quis custodiet costodes?
Juvenal comes back to bite constable ass...
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