Thinking about someone just being able to scan and access UT’s network is a pretty scary thought. While I do applaud the person for finding this glitch in the network, I think the way they advertised how they did this was not right. I personally believe that this person should have emailed the tech people, or whoever is in charge of that department, and explained to them what he accessed. Since the information that the hacker got a hold of is a danger to the school, he should have notified officials so they could take precautionary measures. A lot of money could be at stake here if the hacker decided to just print a bunch of nonsense for whatever reason. It is kind of a two sided situation here. We know the hacker was looking for free printing on campus. He did the right thing by letting people know that the networks are easily accessible. I just think the way he went about is was totally wrong. They did not act in a responsible manner and their tone was not good at all. The way the hacker conveyed their message came of threatening and could cause a lot of chaos with this situation.