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Hacker puts obscene message on traffic sign
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/26/2004 12:52:00 PM.

A hacker put an obscene message, possibly for this Florida city's mayor, on an electronic traffic message board, shocking morning commuters in West Palm Beach, Fla.

Mayor Lois Frankel recently had put up large electronic signs that flash humorous messages meant to make light of ongoing construction delays, such as "I Am Mad Too! — Lois." A hacker typed in the three-word message that Ms. Frankel thinks was aimed at her for Tuesday morning commuters to see. Whoever left the message then locked the metal box housing the sign's keyboard, so that road workers were unable to change the words and had to shut off the sign altogether. The mayor took it in stride.


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