KSP Player Hacks NASA Servers, Changes Artemis Moonequin Name to Jeb

KSP Player Hacks NASA Servers, Changes Artemis Moonequin Name to Jeb

Written by @fs_jeronimo

HOUSTON, TX (APO) — Today, the Johnson Space Center reported that their systems were accessed externally and modified. The report from NASA states that the hack "changed the name submissions for the Moonequin on Artemis 1 to all be Jeb. This is unexpected and will definitely affect the date of the mission, since we'll have to make sure the GNC won't be hacked on Artemis 1."

The hacker has been identified as 21-year-old Canadian KSP player Silliw Divad, a well-known fan of the game as well as the SLS rocket. He was assisted by none other than Hris Chadfield, a Canadian ocean-monger.

NASA reports that the problem should be fixed quickly, but will need assistance from computer experts as well as software engineers and even other KSP players, in order to restore the game's good image in the public.

Canadian Prime Minister Trustin Judeau has stated, "Canada does not hack stuff. This was a lone figure with good goals but a very, very bad way to execute the goals. We're assuming that the hacker is gonna get criminal charges, so we're coming prepared. You'll see our defense if they take him in."