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Old December 29th 05, 06:38 PM posted to rec.bicycles.tech
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Default Why so easy to hack?

You saw it here first!


The staff of HRS is proud to announce that today one of our senior
staff members managed to take control of the BROLie message board
server and shut it down. A Full TKO knockout.

According to our dedicated HRS specialist, "It was easy to do. The
idiots at BROLie never back up data. They use cheap software running on
a refurbished Atari computer from Goodwill. Any monkey out there can
shut em down anytime day or night."

After the infamous FOG message board got hacked, CNBC reported that
prescription drugs sales in the US had skyrocketed. Apparently a large
percentage of FOGS in America had to medicate themselves into a stupor
when they lost use of the BROLie message board.

For his dedicated work FOKing with the BROLie servers this savvy monkey
will be rewarded with a rare vintage Sunset recumbent and a large
supply of bananas. At HRS we take care of our staff members when they
perform valuable services to humanity.


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