How an inmate hacker turned a prison upside down - The Verge


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How an inmate hacker hid computers in the ceiling and turned his prison upside down via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2kE4Syj
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8 weeks ago by jonathan
Someone had hidden refurbished computers in the ceiling of the prison. They’d somehow obtained a login to the prison’s network, gaining access to the inner workings of the facility, including databases on inmates and the tools for creating passes needed to enter restricted areas.
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In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. via Pocket
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In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. Inside the Marion Correctional…
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In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time.
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8 weeks ago by mud
Someone had hidden refurbished computers in the ceiling of the prison. They’d somehow obtained a login to the prison’s network, gaining access to the inner workings of the facility, including databases on inmates and the tools for creating passes needed to enter restricted areas.
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8 weeks ago by bradbarrish
Someone had hidden refurbished computers in the ceiling of the prison. They’d somehow obtained a login to the prison’s network, gaining access to the inner workings of the facility, including databases on inmates and the tools for creating passes needed to enter restricted areas.
8 weeks ago by jacobraleigh
In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. Inside the Marion Correctional…
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8 weeks ago by stevenbedrick
How an inmate hacker hid computers in the ceiling and built a contraband computer network inside a prison
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8 weeks ago by fkbarrett
In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. via Pocket
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In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. Inside the Marion Correctional…
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9 weeks ago by Aetles
In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time.
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9 weeks ago by TypingPixels
In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. Inside the Marion Correctional…
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In the summer of 2015, Stan Transkiy was 16 years into a life sentence, and he had finally found a way to occupy his time. Inside the Marion Correctional…
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