Zuckerberg hacks reporters investigating him
The Winklevoss twins' accusation kicked off an investigation from the school's newspaper, The Crimson. According to Business Insider, Zuckerberg met with editors of The Crimson to show the differences in code and functionality between Facebook and ConnectU (formerly known as HarvardConnection). This demonstration was reportedly satisfying enough to convince the editors not to run a story on the accusations.
Later, when the Winklevoss twins levied more accusations of IP theft (which turned out to be fabricated), the Crimson re-launched the investigation. Upon hearing this, Zuckerberg reportedly hacked into the email accounts of two Crimson staff members by looking up their failed login attempts on Thefacebook.com.