Well, OK, maybe that's overstating it a bit, but RootPrompt.org has an interesting series of articles up about a hacker breaching a community network. Currently there are three articles up; here are links to part one, part two and part three.
I'm not sure how long the series will go on, but so far I've found it very entertaining and interesting reading. The main thing I like about it is that it goes into quite a bit of detail; most hacker stories you see are in the mainstream press, and they never tell you exactly what the black hat or white hat is doing, because most people just wouldn't get it. This series is a refreshing change.
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