We’ve all tried it, and even if you haven’t, you’ve probably thought about it. Perhaps someone left a bag of your favorite nacho cheese flavored chips dangling from a faulty screw rod delivery system. Maybe it’s 100 degrees in the shade and you could really use a Coke. Back in the day, a skinny arm and a minor amount of contortion could lead to some delectable freebies.
They Warn You
Apparently, She Wasn’t Listening
But today, technology has terminated all that, right? Well, not really. You see, whenever a computer is involved, a hacker can’t be that far behind. They know the ins and outs of the various systems and usually can find a way of working around the technology to get what they want – credit card numbers, bank account information, social security identification, or as in this case, food.
People Can’t Help But Want Something For Nothing
That’s right. Someone has posted a video highlighting the complicated coding one can enter into a vending machine in order to dine and dash (or dash and dine, whatever comes first). Now, we can;t vouch for the authenticity of this clip. After all, it would make sense that a machine run by on microchips could be “broken into” by a expert. But how universal it applies is another story all together.
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