Individual Arrested for Hacking into Messenger Conversations (Digital
Police said, Kim downloaded a hacking program called RADMIN
through a portal site and installed it in the employeesâ computers around
last December and occasionally reported the conversation contents to the
companyâs executives with the intention of getting the staff, about whom he
usually did not have good feelings, fired.
A person known by the last name Park (32), whose Messenger conversation was
hacked by Kim, said, For some time, I had the feeling that the
executives and company head knew all about the private discussions
colleagues had through Messenger. I began to suspect [something was
up]. He then said, By chance, I saw my Messenger screen open on
Kimâs computer and was surprised, so
I reported it.