Apr 16, 2017
Two Ohio inmates hacked their prison from the inside using makeshift computers built from spare parts
Posted by Simon Waslander in categories: cybercrime/malcode, law enforcement
Decentralization of technology and ever cheaper electronics and materials will also bring more risks. Not to mention the serious risks of terrorism.
Here is a less harmful example of what decentralized tech can do.
Using computers they’d built out of discarded electronics and hidden in a closet ceiling, two inmates in an Ohio prison hacked the facility’s network, downloaded porn, and applied for credit cards with stolen information, according to a report released Tuesday (April 11) by Ohio’s inspector general’s office.