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August 27, 2008

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Markus Göbel

Wikipedia says that "a hacker is someone involved in computer security/insecurity, specializing in the discovery of exploits in systems (for exploitation or prevention), or in obtaining or preventing unauthorized access to systems through skills, tactics and detailed knowledge".

That nearly fits to you as you discovered an exploit in their system to make that phone call.

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