Cambridge Students Find Way to Hack Into Banks

    Date09 Nov 2001
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    4313
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Two graduate students have found a way to hack into security systems that protect many banking and e-commerce transactions, Cambridge University said on Thursday. Michael Bond and Richard Clayton, computer science Ph.D. students, developed programs allowing them to hack into an . . . Two graduate students have found a way to hack into security systems that protect many banking and e-commerce transactions, Cambridge University said on Thursday. Michael Bond and Richard Clayton, computer science Ph.D. students, developed programs allowing them to hack into an IBM security computer that was previously thought to be impregnable, it said.
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