[NetBehaviour] Hackers attack Large Hadron Collider.

james jwm-art net james at jwm-art.net
Sat Sep 13 16:49:54 CEST 2008

Yeah, I'm currently working on a patch/hack/sed, to get the LHC to open
up a black hole large enough that it escapes the tunnel and cruises
round the world sucking up irritating world leaders, kinda like a big
uber-rich-sucking vacuum cleaner - but under my control mwa ha ha ha.

On 13/9/2008, "marc garrett" <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:

>Hackers attack Large Hadron Collider.
>By Roger Highfield, Science Editor/Telegraph.
>Hackers have mounted an attack on the Large Hadron Collider, raising
>concerns about the security of the biggest experiment in the world as it
>passes an important new milestone.
>The scientists behind the ?4.4bn atom smasher had already received
>threatening emails and been besieged by telephone calls from worried
>members of the public concerned by speculation that the machine could
>trigger a black hole to swallow the earth, or earthquakes and tsunamis,
>despite endless reassurances to the contrary from the likes of Prof
>Stephen Hawking.
>Now it has emerged that, as the first particles were circulating in the
>machine near Geneva, a Greek group had hacked into the facility and
>displayed a page with the headline "GST: Greek Security Team."
>The people responsible signed off: "We are 2600 - dont mess with us. (sic)"
>The website - cmsmon.cern.ch - can no longer be accessed by the public
>as a result of the attack.
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