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C# and all round .NET Enthusiast

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reviewed Approve suggested edit on I was just curious how far system admins go in setting up the workflows for the developers
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comment Would this be considered hacking?
Hacking can mean a lot of things. So sure if you decide to define it that way. As for being "tried" for hacking. Anything can happen, but I don't think they are going waste resources going after someone who fraudulently voted for themselves 100 times. Depending on the nature of the "tests" some companies can try one for interstate wire fraud, but this is pretty vanilla unless you are profiting in some way or rigging a contest of some sort.
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