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The Iowa court of justice, the officials of a refusal to approve, an internet connection, a courthouse break-in following the arrest of two cyber security experts, who said they had been hired to break into the building.
The court administrator issued a denial after the arrest of Justin Wynn, 29, of Florida, and Gary Demercurio, 43, of the state of Washington, to the burglarizing of the Dallas County Courthouse in Adel on 12:30 pm, Wednesday and Friday.
Each was charged with third-degree burglary and possession of burglary tools, and the Des Moines Register on Thursday has been reported.
Mug shots for Gary Demercurio, right, left, and Justin Wynn.
Dallas County Jail via AP)
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The men told the deputies they have worked with in the cyber-security firm Coalfire, and it was twenty years ago, the test of the court to the alarm system and the rule of law, the answer is the amount of time, the paper reported.
The Iowa State Court Administration, said in a statement that Coalfire was under contract for the testing of the vulnerability of the state’s court records.
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“The COMPANY did not intend to, or anticipate, that will in the effort to break into the building,” the statement said, according to KCCI-TV.
The station announced that Coalfire, said he could not comment on the arrest because it was in an active legal matter.
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Court records said the two men tripped the alarm, the Register reported. They were discovered wandering around the courthouse on the third floor.