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Verdict set in trial of pupil who downloaded malware

An 18-year-old Bahraini “cyber prodigy” on trial for allegedly downloading malware onto his university computer will hear the verdict on Monday. The student admitted to downloading the malicious software, claiming it was just “for exploration.”

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