Kyoji Mochizuki (aka Taz Ryder) is a convicted cybercriminal, Read thh full story here on the Sussex Express
After Taz tried to infect me with a computer virus and track me with a dodgy mobile, I outed him for what he is, and because I did that, he began a relentless attack against a private Limited Company just because I work there.
Taz attempted to infect my computer with malicious embedded code on one of his dodgy websites, he also sent me a mobile number to contact him, but never told me it was a ‘tracked’ number.
Taz believes he is an ethical hacker, all we can see is destruction. We have several victims who have come forward.
We have evidence of Taz pretending to be from Sussex police and him making grossly offensive comments.
Sussex police are aware of him from his past criminal offences in which he was given a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for 2 years.
Tax was convicted for not paying taxes and because he was convicted, he targetted the police and the council.
Taz lives at Glebe Villas, Hove.
It is suspicious why Taz Ryder is targeting me as I am an active campaigner against police corruption and he seems intent to stop me?
If you have a recent photo of Taz, please send us a copy.
Lots of links about this low life scum.
This one says Taz is a former cop!
R v Kyoji Mochizuki Case
This case involved a 37-year-old former policeman bombarded the Sussex Police with 3,000 emails per hour which therefore interrupted the ability of the computers as they were overwhelmed with information via the emails that the system basically shut down and was useless. The was a serious crime as these systems were part of the public office. However, the man only received a two-year prison sentence.
The sad man even blames his own mother for his prior arrests and convictions.
The not too bright Taz left the following message + lots of others that are intrinsically linked.
In this one, he is pretending to be part of Sussex police Cyber Crime, imitating to be a police constable is an offence under Section 90 – Police Act 1996.
Sadly for this low life wannabe hacker with ‘marginal‘ (at best) IT skills, he failed to cover his tracks.
His IP address is visible. We tracked the IP to its VPN node and that has given us the golden nugget of evidence needed which is now with Sussex police that has been cross-linked with other evidence.