Gamers Hack Medical Centre - Host A Game Of Black Ops

The health of your local citizens should be your priority - unless of course you have a hankering for a quick game of Black Ops. Then it goes down the list a little.

Apparently a New Hampshire-based Seacoast Radiology noticed a massive loss of bandwidth, after a group of gamers hacked into the medical group's server in order to host some Call of Duty Black Ops games. A thorough investigation is currently underway. It's unclear at this stage how long these folks were playing for, but apparently the hackers did nothing but play Call of Duty!

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    Hacking a hospital for free bandwidth?

    I guess their clan

    *puts on glasses*

    were short on medics.

      [slow clap]tm

        And then a steady increase of other clapping, getting faster before exploding into a crescendo of slapping meat.

      You, Sir, just won the thread!

      HAHAHAHAHA this just about made my day XD

      Don't you write for CSI: Miami in your sparetime anyway?

    Yeah, not cool. Though I wonder if the hackers knew it was a Radiology server or if it was considerred just another server on their botnet.

    Time to own some n00bs... STAT!

    I wonder if cod slander changes based on servers..

    "yeah boiii - let me write you a prescription for 100ccs of dead fag-jew-negro-woman-man-child!!"

    My degree allows me to work in radiology (not as a doctor, but all they actually do is decide on the treatment and boss people around - I'd be the brains behind it all!) when I graduate, and I must say the prospect of mooching off a workplace server seems quite enticing...

    ...don't worry, I'll drop hints as to where I end up working so you can stay away >_>

    I'm sure the nurses are just trying to hide that it was them.

    This is the best story yet, you have just made my day kotaku. hahaha

      I call wall hacks.

        I call Second chance.

    were they patients or just randoms

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