The “Rogue” computer engineer from San Francisco that granted himself exclusive administrative access, at the very least locking out admin access from other users, to a city network housing confidential city records still is in jail on $5 million bail. Earlier today, he pleaded not guilty to four counts of computer tampering. Strangely, the city still seems to be waiting for the password.
We can deal with Rogueware, or Rogue AntiSpyware. But sorry, we can’t add a rule for this sort of behavior.