Apple OS X withstands hacking contest

Wednesday, 8 March 2006, 1:33 PM EST

The University of Wisconsin has ended its OS X hacking contest with no successful hacking attempts.

Dave Schroeder, the competition's organiser and a systems administrator at the university, launched the challenge in response to a similar competition last month in which a blogger created user accounts for contestants on a Mac Mini and challenged them to hack into the system by defacing a website.

At vnunet.

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