Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Zombies on Road?

Pranks with Electronic Road Signs Stir Worry
COLLINSVILLE, Illinois - Hackers are messing with electronic road signs in some U.S. states, warning of zombies and raptors down the road. Traffic safety officials aren't amused.
The latest breach came during Tuesday morning's rush hour near Collinsville, Illinois, east of St. Louis. That's where hackers changed a sign along southbound Interstate 255 to read, "DAILY LANE CLOSURES DUE TO ZOMBIES."
Similar pranks have been pulled in recent days near Indianapolis and in Austin, Texas.


1 comment:

Scott said...

I hate it when the government tries to cover up the existence of zombies by telling us it was hackers that messed with the signs. Lets face it, zombies are real and people in these areas needed to be warned. The government had no problem warning people but NOW they want to say they had nothing to do with it, all i have to say is bologna. Its time we re-open the X-files and devote them to the study and understanding of the current zombie threat we face here in America and around the world.