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Definition of "hackable" [hackable]

  • That can be hacked or broken into; insecure, vulnerable. (adjective)
  • That lends itself to hacking (technical tinkering and modification); moddable. (adjective)

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Use "hackable" in a sentence
  • "It's a fully programmable and "hackable" Linux computer, equipped with a fast CPU, 128MB RAM, built-in WiFi, rechargeable battery, USB, Ethernet, and a small LCD with button controls."
  • "American voters insist that the new Democratic Congress investigates and outlaws the various means of election fraud such as hackable, paperless computer voting machines and maintains free speech on the Internet by supporting 'net-neutrality'."
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