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  • n. The state or condition of being hackable.


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  • One of the things we wanted to do with The Maker's Notebook was design in hackability.

    Boing Boing

  • I often wonder if part of the success of the original XBox was it's "hackability".

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • The Commission on Elections should finish its terms of reference, we should know who the qualified bidders and suppliers are, and the technology must undergo "hackability" tests, she said.


  • Its 'hackability' factor is pretty low (again, see my posts on compilation at Pocket PC Thoughts [/ url]); it can't really be hacked to run

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • Can be used for compiling programs and has a good 'hackability' factor.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • It was nice change from PalmOS world but it lacked "hackability" so I decided to switch into open alternative:


  • The map shows the "hackability" of each voting machine and how careful you should be when voting.

  • (with toonel, my tools or as a compiler) and has a very good 'hackability' factor.

    Smartphone & Pocket PC magazine

  • Apparently the discussion surrounding the hackability for lack of a better word of the Harvey Dent campaign website we posted earlier this week has been proven hackable and it looks like the Joker is behind it all.

    Joker Hacks Dent Campaign | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • VOTING MACHINES: Contrary to many citizens 'beliefs, Oregon uses computerized voting machines statewide, almost all ES&S scanners, and if you'd like more information on the hackability of those, check out the EVEREST Report, choose the 334-page Academic Report and look up Election Systems & Software.

    Oregon & Kentucky: Scribbled sigs & moonshine math


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