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The craftiest and most cunning of crackers. A person who has somehow figured out how to "break into" a site that has an open log-in policy in order to deface an article that can be repaired instantly with two clicks of a mouse by the first person who comes along and notices the change.

Feel free to track down any other edits a vandal might have made with the Recent Changes tool (on the left toolbar). Oh, and please report them in Wiki Talk so the staff can deal with them.

For an example of what these horrible creatures do, check out BlueNosy.[1]

  1. Intentional vandal created by admin Tau Ceti.
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