hacking into

hacking into

verb breaking in on, breaking into, cut in on, force into, gaining access, gaining by force, interfere, interlope, interrupt, intervene, intrude on, penetrate
Associated concepts: cybercrime, identity theft
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Chanmeta stressed that officials were not sure whether the hackers were exploiting the security weakness, but noted that most of the recent attacks involved hacking into text messages - a hallmark of SS7.
pdf) ruled Tuesday that an American citizen hacked by the Ethiopian government cannot sue the government for hacking into his devices and monitoring his activity with malicious software.
A hacking group, called OurMine, claimed credit for hacking into the well-known news site and even nonchalantly posted its achievement on BuzzFeed's news feed itself, reports Gizmodo.
The attack was according to them superbly easy, ranking it on a scale of one to 10 with a one, with one self purported hacker saying he was probably high while hacking into the account.
s News of the World tabloid stood accused of hacking into the phone messages of various U.
It is in pretty rare cases that they're actually hacking into school resources," says Hernacki.
95) is a hands-on guide which packs years of XML hacking into a handy reference book of tips, tricks and tools for those who wish to understand XML technology.
But on the phone was another Valley guy, Kevin Mitnick, on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list for hacking into the computers of some of the world's largest corporations.
Just last week, a 20-year-old man was arrested for allegedly hacking into two computers owned by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and using one to host Internet chat rooms devoted to hacking.
The scandal came to light in 2011 when journalists at the company's News of the World tabloid stood accused of hacking into the phone messages of various U.
admitted to hacking into her voicemail since she was 16.