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12th Nov '17 10:48:42 PM Hanz
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* In ''Videogame/NierAutomata'', 9S' unique ability as a playable character is to hack other enemy units, which will either cause them to explode or turns them to his side. He can also do this to temporarily control other units.
6th Nov '17 9:38:51 PM Korval
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* In ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps'', the Hacker Pro perk allows you to hack enemy equipments, from Sentry Guns to Claymore Mines. It doesn't help that they all glow red because of your perk and they can be jammed by Scramblers.

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* In ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyBlackOps'', the Hacker Pro perk allows you to hack enemy equipments, equipment, from Sentry Guns to Claymore Mines. It doesn't help that they all glow red because of your perk and they can be jammed by Scramblers.




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* In ''VideoGame/{{Metal Arms Glitch in the System}}'', this is Glitch's SignatureMove. And since this is a world populated entirely by robots, the player gets plenty of opportunities to exercise this power on just about anything.
11th Jun '17 1:37:44 AM ImaginaryMetroid
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** The Rezbit enemy is very dangerous, partly because it can do this. If Samus is hit by its virus attack, her suit will shut down and it has to be rebooted, leaving Samus helpless for a moment.
30th May '17 6:23:17 PM johnnywycliffe
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' the hero Sombra can hack the enemy heroes to disable their secondary abilities. Her Ultimate ability does this to any enemy in range.
27th Mar '17 3:37:22 PM Doug86
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* Rai (ValiantComics) has this as a superpower. With the cry of "MINDLOCK!" he can take control of any ''one'' machine within the range of his voice.

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* Rai (ValiantComics) (Creator/ValiantComics) has this as a superpower. With the cry of "MINDLOCK!" he can take control of any ''one'' machine within the range of his voice.
13th Jan '17 2:22:23 AM KCN
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* As [[http://www.textfiles.com/magazines/CRYPT/crptlettr6.vir this]] article states: ''US News and World Report'' published a report that the US inserted a virus into a network of Iraqi air defense computers several weeks before the start of the Persian Gulf War. However, as Associated Press reported later, "Trouble is, a computer industry publication, InfoWorld, sketched out a strikingly similar scenario in a column that ran in its April 1, 1991, issue. That article was an April Fool's joke, pure fantasy [...]."




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* Probably averted in case of Iraq, as [[http://www.textfiles.com/magazines/CRYPT/crptlettr6.vir this]] article states: ''US News and World Report'' published a report that the US inserted a virus into a network of Iraqi air defense computers several weeks before the start of the Persian Gulf War. However, as Associated Press reported later, "Trouble is, a computer industry publication, InfoWorld, sketched out a strikingly similar scenario in a column that ran in its April 1, 1991, issue. That article was an April Fool's joke, pure fantasy [...]."
13th Jan '17 2:19:36 AM KCN
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* A 1991 April Fools Day spoof in a computer magazine had writers and editors at ''US News and World Report'' rechecking sources on its report that the US inserted a virus into a network of Iraqi air defense computers several weeks before the start of the Persian Gulf War.

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* A 1991 April Fools Day spoof in a computer magazine had writers and editors at As [[http://www.textfiles.com/magazines/CRYPT/crptlettr6.vir this]] article states: ''US News and World Report'' rechecking sources on its published a report that the US inserted a virus into a network of Iraqi air defense computers several weeks before the start of the Persian Gulf War. However, as Associated Press reported later, "Trouble is, a computer industry publication, InfoWorld, sketched out a strikingly similar scenario in a column that ran in its April 1, 1991, issue. That article was an April Fool's joke, pure fantasy [...]."
13th Jan '17 2:12:53 AM KCN
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* A 1991 April Fools Day spoof in a computer magazine had writers and editors at ''US News and World Report'' rechecking sources on its report that the US inserted a virus into a network of Iraqi air defense computers several weeks before the start of the Persian Gulf War.
13th Jan '17 1:26:28 AM KCN
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* In ''VideoGame/DeusExInvisibleWar'', player can purchase illegal biocanisters which enable him to hack into turrets and, if sufficiently upgraded, robotic enemies.
2nd Sep '16 1:53:00 AM GentlemensDame883
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Syndicate}} (2012)'', you can Breach enemies' or their weapons' Chips and cause them to commit suicide, disable those weapons, or turn them against their allies.
* In ''VideoGame/{{XCOM 2}}'' enemy turrets and robots can be hacked by Specialists with the Haywire Protocol skill, allowing you to temporarily shut them down or take control if you pass the check.
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