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hack

1. a recognized style of horse and not a breed. Not to be confused with Hackney, the breed of harness horses. Mostly Thoroughbreds, sometimes with some Arab or Quarter horse blood. Any color, usually 14.2 to 15.2 hands high, may be lightweight or heavyweight.
2. to go for a ride.
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The group hacked the website via a DNS attack, and the uncomplicated nature of the hack was seemingly  designed to humiliate and not harm WikiLeaks,  since the organization prides itself on technical proficiency.
Learning to hack however is by no means a form of education exclusively provided by universities.
Running on no sleep, each team had only two minutes to explain their hack and how it would benefit other teens.
The keyless entry hack is a popular car exploit which works by intercepting radio signals to lock and unlock car doors.
But the social network for professionals is hoping to unplug Sell Hack.
For his part, Basel Okour, editor of Ammon News Network, which was hacked more than once, told The Star, AoSince it is hard to pinpoint the hackers, we can never be sure if it is intentional or not; but we can always predict that certain news or articles were the reason; we cannot however prove that; many hackers just seek the excitement; they consider themselves successful, especially if they hack a very important website.
Rice) Hack; his parents; sisters, Agnes Campbell and Statia Hack; brothers, John and Francis Hack.
The missing children are Elaine Hack, 8, and Ameer Hack, 4.
In their first ever interview - prompted by their anguish over Kate's drug addiction - Teresa and Douglas Hack begged their son Jefferson's former girlfriend to sort out her life.
He even names one hack "Don't Fear the Registry" and then provides eight hacks that use the registry "to do their magic.
These computer systems are not easy to hack into," assures Len Metheny, president and CEO of Apply Yourself, the company that provided the online admissions software to the affected schools.