EnderX: He's 18, he's an adult, where is his picture?
Enemabag Jones: MathProfaagrajag: Without reading the article, I'm going to guess that the "hacking" consisted of typing in a password that was written on a post-it note pasted to the terminal.You were close, but you wouldn't know it from the linked article. He physically broke into the principal's office and used the principal's computer to change grades. No indication of how he got the password, or if there even was one.http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Teen-Charged-After-Breaking-Into- Pr incipals-Office-to-Change-Grades-257722531.htmlBeware of autoplay.[Per the article]Bautista has been charged with four counts of intellectual property crimes for modifying a program and four counts of modifying computer user data. All eight crimes are felonies.If he was really breaking into an office then where is the breaking and entering charges. It sounds like at least half are of those bullshiat charges. I am wondering if the principle left his office and computer unlocked?Not that that excuses what the kid did, but quite often charges are piled on when the person in charge just plain f**ked up and lost face.
EnderX: EnderX: He's 18, he's an adult, where is his picture?[www.cbs12.com image 516x387]Here.
Resident Muslim: Does he get a young Angelina Jolie?/always fun when you find out that the two bit actor in a movie you saw ages ago is one of today's superstars//bonus points if you liked the movie///extra nouns points if you saw the movie recently AND STILL didn't notice.////we all have movies like that
RoLleRKoaSTeR: mark_bert: Badmoodman: Been done...[www.blogcdn.com image 600x337]But not in that movie. Thanks for playing though.And one major news channels used that as a reference.Not a very good analogical example
Straight Outta Wells Branch: Eriond: Amper: I can't believe how ignorant you people are, randomly naming off movies without a clue as to what you're talking about.The movie was called GhostBusters. It's right there in the title - He Busts into the mainframe without anyone realizing he's there, like a Ghost.Dabney Coleman, of course, played the role of the computer.No no no. Dabney Coleman played a spy character from a video game that the hacker kept hallucinating was helping him escape bad guys in his real life...or it was his Dad, I was never really sure about that.The movie was Hot to Trot.Oh for God's sake, that was a movie with Rowdy Roddy Piper about zombies. It was called No Holds Barred.
Alfonse Gregory: RoLleRKoaSTeR: mark_bert: Badmoodman: Been done...[www.blogcdn.com image 600x337]But not in that movie. Thanks for playing though.And one major news channels used that as a reference.Not a very good analogical exampleIt most certainly WAS done in that movie. His sister got a car for her birthday and he got a computer, so he used it to hack in and change his number of absences.I believe the title of the film was "Deathwish II".
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