Australia Canberra man allegedly broke into Russian embassy to steal BMX bike while high on ice

08:35  05 august  2017
08:35  05 august  2017 Source:   ABC News

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He broke into the secure embassy grounds and tried to steal a child's BMX , prosecutors alleged in court (stock image). Read more: Canberra man allegedly broke into Russian embassy to steal BMX bike while high on ice - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).

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The man allegedly entered the embassy grounds overnight. © Provided by ABC News The man allegedly entered the embassy grounds overnight. A Canberra man has been remanded in custody after allegedly breaking into the grounds of the Russian embassy in an attempt to steal a BMX bike.

Luke Gray, 26, of Griffith was arrested about 6:00am on Saturday with bolt cutters and a screwdriver in his bag.

Prosecutors said he entered the secure embassy grounds and tried to steal a child's BMX bike.

He has been charged with burglary, attempted theft, and being equipped with articles for intent to commit a theft.

In the ACT Magistrates Court prosecutors said Gray was high on methamphetamine at the time of the break-in.

Gray was crying and agitated during his brief appearance, and said he could not remember making his way to the embassy.

He was remanded in custody and will appear again in court on Tuesday.

Russian hackers can reportedly take over unsecured hotel WiFi .
Security-conscious travelers typically avoid public WiFi hotspots, instead using VPNs and other tools to make sure their data is safely encrypted as it transmits from computer to unsecured wireless router to the internet. According to FireEye, the EternalBlue exploit could let hackers access anyone's computer connected to the hotel WiFi and silently gather usernames and passwords without victims even having to type them in. "It's definitely a new technique" for this Russion hacker group, FireEye's Ben Read told Wired. "It's a much more passive way to collect on people. You can just sit there and intercept stuff from the WiFi traffic.

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