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Well that seemed real constructive /sarcasm
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So what is the point of this?
They hack because they enjoy it apparently. At least pretend you're doing it for the hacktivist reasons. Now hackers will become a more and more media exposed bunch of negative people. Good job.

Did you read it? What did they say they enjoy about it? It wasn't hacking itself.
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Wowzers lol.
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Your not gonna’ know what hit you by the time you finish this release. Your company gonna’ crumble, and you deserve it

He used the wrong your. biggrin.gif

Glad to have gotten my laugh for the day!
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This is a good read. Shows that some guys out there ARE repping the hacktivist movement whilst staying true to their roots, something seldomly seen in this day and age.
How many of us here on OCN are sick and tired of people telling us that we can't get what we want? Companies like Apple say they're against hacking, but the truth is that they support it. Microsoft with the Kinect is another good example. Down with the companies telling us we can't hack!

What did the kinect do?

In my opinion, Microsoft did a great thing by allowing, but not only allowing, encouraging users to hack the Kinect into the Windows operating system for multiple different uses. Also in my opinion, that is one of the greatest things to happen in our time. Rarely will you see companies promoting hacking because it usually takes away from their gross revenue from their very own stream of developers.
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Hackers were able to access this data via a security vulnerability in an unpatched version of Internet Explorer that an employee was using at the company.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/foxconn-hacked-2012-2#ixzz1ltuy0tBN


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In my opinion, Microsoft did a great thing by allowing, but not only allowing, encouraging users to hack the Kinect into the Windows operating system for multiple different uses. Also in my opinion, that is one of the greatest things to happen in our time. Rarely will you see companies promoting hacking because it usually takes away from their gross revenue from their very own stream of developers.

Then that hacking shouldn't be considered bad, as this Foxconn hacking is.
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waw i think i should forget about my motherboard's future customer support LOL xD
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waw i think i should forget about my motherboard's future customer support LOL xD

This made me lol.

OP: That is insane. I mean I know hacking isn't difficult but you would think major corporations would at least have better security... I suppose if the DoJ for the US can be hacked, anything can. I do like the Swag these guys have though.
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Well that seemed real constructive /sarcasm

Pretty much this. Real swagger doesn't need flaunting [since it seems that's their childish little angle].

In any case, whatever. I still need to get my eggo out of the toaster, and this loss of a password won't change that. wheee.gif
    
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