Game Consoles -- the Next Hacker Target?
Don Kellogg is cheating. Over the last hour he's pumped round after round into camouflage-clad terrorists, and only a few of them have been able to return the favor. "I don't always cheat. I'm pretty good playing straight," he insists. "Cheating makes me a god." As he says this, he pumps three rounds from his Heckler and Koch MP5 into an unsuspecting opponent, bringing his kill count up to 47; his nearest competitor has 21. Kellogg plays under the pseudonym "Nharlothep," and when he cheats, he is indeed a god.
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