A hacker REPROGRAMMED a gas-station ATM in Virginia Beach, Virginia, to spit out $20 bills instead of $5 bills. He used a debit card along with knowledge he reportedly found through a Google search (a feat replicated later by a security researcher). The cracker found master passwords to the Tranax Mini-Bank ATM -- and instructions -- in a PDF version of a 102-page manual posted on the Web site of a Tranax reseller. For nine days after the ATM was re-programmed, everyone got 400% more cash than requested (it took the nine days for an ATM user to tell someone she got more money). Watch the video after the jump.