Ohio launched a website where employers can report workers who refuse to work during the coronavirus pandemic.
So this hacker made a script that fills the website with junk data in an attempt to make it useless.
Ohio reconsiders policy of kicking workers off unemployment, after hackers release code to overwhelm state system
@faehnrich “It’s easy enough to go to the page and fill it out, but that wouldn’t amount to enough data to make these particular gears of the state grind to a halt,”
This person clearly hasn't used the Ohio unemployment website. It was crippled under the weight of regular users for weeks. Now I am only supposed to use it on Tuesdays in an effort to spread the load.
@Timmy yeah the site to file unemployment dies under any load, but I wouldn't be surprised if this site to deny unemployment is rock solid
I don't get it. Why people who don't want to work should get taxpayers' money?
Who should work for them?
Maybe this 'hacker' should buy them food and pay rent.
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