So I'm at work, waiting for some junk to install, when I look over at a heavy duty stapler. There's nothing else to do at the moment, so I try to figure out how to open it for reloading. After a few minutes of futile prying, I google the model number. I can't find any instructions, but I did find this little joke on what appears to be an otherwise serious website about computer security issues
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It was discovered late last night in the Neohapsis lab (http://neohapsis.com) that the Neohapsis stapler is vulnerable to a buffer overrun caused by staples labeled "Standard Staples." It appears that the manufacturer of the stapler has not performed proper bounds checking, and the insertion of staples other then those labeled "for use in Stanley-Bostitch models B300HDS, B320HDS-FC, and B310HDS" results in a race condition between you, and the stapler. By placing an unchecked staple cartridge in the stapler, malformed staples, in pairs of two, are ejected - rendering the product useless.
This condition was discovered during a routine 3AM stapling in what we believe to be a Denial of Service (DoS) attack. Based on our initial forensic work, we believe the attack was initiated sometime in the past 24 hours. Neohapsis personnel discovered this attack during the precise moment of impact when the "Standard Staple" attempted to discharge into the "Standard Report." The stapler insisted on issuing the malformed staples, in pairs of two.