My spied on me with KRACK. I knew he was up to something. So I told people the he hacked my house. So is information he obtain admissible in court?
That you even know what KRACK actually is is more than a little suspicious. It raises the question of who is spying on who. If you have proof he is "spying" on you, you likely have evidence of a crime. If he has discovered you are engaging in some ******* activity and knows who to report it that actually considers it a priority, he might be able to make an anonymous call (a good trick in this era) to that party.
However, generally, someone has to be willing to testify to some misdeed and it is hard to see how he could without essentially confessing to a crime.
But all of this actually sounds like a couple of wanna be hackers messing with each other while both are doing something *******. Increase your internet security that deals with WiFi and quit fooling around with hacking software before you install the wrong program and it bites you.
Jan 04, 2018 |
Law Enforcement & Police