[SecurityWeek] 21-Year-Old Woman Pleads Guilty to Sending Phishing Emails to Political Candidates

A 21-year-old Rhode Island woman has pleaded guilty to targeting candidates for political office and their campaign staff with phishing emails.

The woman, Diana Lebeau, of Cranston, R.I., admitted in court to sending phishing emails to roughly 22 members of the campaign staff of a political candidate, posing as the campaign’s managers or co-chairs.

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