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


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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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february 2018 by richirvine
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october 2017 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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october 2017 by lsrgt
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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october 2017 by jburkunk
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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october 2017 by sricha27
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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october 2017 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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october 2017 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.
october 2017 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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october 2017 by stevenbedrick
How an inmate hacker hid computers in the ceiling and built a contraband computer network inside a prison
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october 2017 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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october 2017 by drewcaldwell
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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october 2017 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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october 2017 by designerbrent
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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october 2017 by hiccup
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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october 2017 by kohlmannj