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Persephone Hacks
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The following details a hack into the Hanso Foundation's website by Rachel Blake a.k.a. "Persephone", which occurred on Wednesday, May 3, 2006.

Breaking StrainEdit

After calling the Hanso Phone Line and listening to the "General Information" section, Persephone can be heard giving a message to listeners:

--don't listen to their lies. This is Persephone, I don't have much time, none of us do. If you want to know the truth about the Hanso Foundation, the real story behind them. A lie pulled tight enough will always snap under the breaking strain. Use that password on the website, breaking strain. They're coming.

Logging InEdit

May 3 - Breaking Strain

An image of the login screen

On TheHansoFoundation.org, after visiting the Newsletter (Sign Up) page, the user is prompted to "Enter a screenname".

After doing so, Persephone send a message saying "Hello <screenname>, can you read this?".

After entering "Yes" and clicking next, Persephone writes back: "okay it's me Persephone, what's the password?". Entering "breaking strain" and clicking next logs the user in and present them with the following message:

Last login: <unknown>
Welcome to Dharma
PERSEPHONE: You are logged in now...
PERSEPHONE: Check it out and check back for updates
PERSEPHONE: Gotta go! See you later...
user PERSEPHONE logged out


Attempting to log back in after doing so, will present a message saying:

Welcome back!
No new messages
bye, bye
...


Joop's CornerEdit

May 3 - Joop&#039;s Corner

The Joop's Corner maze

Going to "Joop's Corner" will give you the option to send a message to Joop. The message can be anything, after clicking Next, an image will appear with several circles, connecting then will bring up the first letter which is addressed from Jacques Maillot, Director General of the Global Welfare Consortium Executive Committee, to Dr. Roderick Johnson, Clinical Director at the Centers for Disease Control.

To access the second letter, click on Jacques Maillot's signature. The second is addressed from Peter Thompson, Acting Director General of the Global Health Consortium, to Dr. Roderick Johnson, Clinical Director at the Centers for Disease Control. Peter Thompson's signature will become circled in red, clicking on it will trigger a written and verbal message from Persephone saying "The Hanso Foundation, setting world speed records for subverting authority."

September 19th LetterEdit

The letter outlines Maillot's concerns about the Hanso Foundation research and a new strain of meningococcal disease has been reported in the coastal villages of the United Republic of Tanzania.

May 3 - Sept 19 letter

September 19th letter

Global Welfare Consortium 19 September, 2005
Rue Grande 1623
1221 Geneva 27
Switzerland

To: Dr. Roderick Johnson, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Director,
Centers for Disease Control

From: GWC Executive Committee
RE: Violation of Ethical Guidelines / The Hanso Life-
Extension Project

CC: Mr. Peter Thompson, Vice President, General Counsel,
The Hanso Foundation; Hugh McIntyre, Vice President and
Communications Director, The Hanso Foundation.

Dr. Johnson:

We have received word of an unfortunate and most alarming
issue in the past days concerning research operations by
The Hanso Foundation in the sub-Saharan region of Africa.
Sadly, we have exhausted our mandate as a watchdog
organization and must petition you for a formal
investigation.

It has come to our attention that a new strain of
meningococcal disease has been reported in the coastal
villages of the United Republic of Tanzania. This strain
breached the simian/homo sapien barrier.

As the enclosed documentation and correspondence
demonstrate, we have repeatedly asked the Executive Board
of The Hanso Foundation for assistance in determining the
possible correlation between the outbreak of this
transgenic disease and the research being conducted on
primates in the Experimental Station in Zanzibar.
As our requests have been met with utter and complete
disregard, we feel we have no other choice than to demand
your immediate intervention.

As The Hanso Foundation is using primates to research gene
therapies intended for human use, the correlation should
be obvious.

Considering the alarming nature of this outbreak and
the mounting death toll it is imperative that The Hanso
Foundation immediately open the doors of their
Experimental Station for inspection and, should a link be
found between their work and this disease, cease and
desist their activities immediately.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
Lives are at stake.


Monsieur Jacques Maillot
Director General, GWC Executive Committee


September 25th LetterEdit

This letter outlines Thompson apologizing for the former Director General, Maillot, and his alarmist views and tone toward the Hanso Foundation's research. Thompson formally requests the withdrawal of a CDC investigation.

May 3 - Sept 25 letter

September 25th letter

Global Welfare Consortium 25 September, 2005
Rue Grande 1623
1221 Geneva 27
Switzerland


To: Dr. Roderick Johnson, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Director,
Centers for Disease Control

From: GWC Executive Committee

RE: The Hanso Life-Extension Project

Dr. Johnson:

Please consider this a formal apology for the heated and
alarmist tone of our previous correspondence, as well as a
formal request for the withdrawal of former Director General
Jacques Maillot's request for an intervention into the
affairs of The Hanso Foundation.

In the time since Monsieur Maillot's letter, GWC's
inspection team has been welcomed with open arms into The
Hanso Foundation's Experimental Station in Zanzibar. Our
thorough examination of the Station has made it clear that
the benign, non-invasive research being conducted there
could not have possibly resulted in the outbreak of a
transgenic virus.

Because we appreciate the CDC's willingness to intervene
when lives are at stake, the last thing we want is to abuse
our close relationship with your organization -- or sound
alarms before the need is absolutely clear. Once again,
please accept our apologies, and our appreciation of your
diligent response to our correspondence.


Mr. Peter Thompson, Acting Director General
Global Health Consortium


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