From Norway: hacker wanted. – Macitynet.it
They have been trying for some time to regain possession of an impressive computer archive, that of the Ivar Aasen Center, the Norwegian Institute of Culture and Language, which has remained inviolable due to a password that blocks the way for anyone. Unfortunately this password is unknown to everyone except the programmer who followed the project and who died carrying all his secrets in the afterlife, including passwords. Some time ago the head of the Norwegian institute, Ottar Grepstad, asked all those who wanted to try to try to enter the inviolable database Many, about a hundred, came forward and eventually a Swedish video game programmer (at Snowcode), Joachim Eriksson, in just five hours (even if the time actually took 60 minutes) discovered the correct password. chronicles the password that opened the database containing over 11,000 books and manuscripts "ladepujd", curiously the opposite of the surname of the database editor if built in DBase III and IV, died in 1989: Reidar Djupedal.