A tsunami warning is broadcast and all of Oahu is evacuated. However, the chief of the Tsunami Warning Center is missing and McGarrett and Five-0 investigate. However, several things don't add up and soon the team realizes that the warning is a hoax and is being used to cover up a robbery at the police vault. Unfortunately, it could mean the end of Five-0 due to the fact that the target of the thieves is the $28 million that McGarrett "borrowed" $10 million of to save Chin's life.
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
'Kai e'e' is Hawaiian for 'tidal wave' See more
The whole password subplot is problematic. First, it's highly unlikely that a learned scientist would be naive enough to use his own daughter's name as a password. Second, it's highly unlikely that a server wouldn't include the originating IP address in its logs.
Worst of all, no server would store users' passwords in a log file, and especially not in plain text. Passwords are stored using a one-way hash encryption, which means they would appear as a string of seemingly random characters, and it's practically impossible to get back the original plain text password from the encrypted version.
While Danny and Chin Ho could have determined that the Dr. Russell entered the same incorrect password twice before entering the correct password, they would not have been able to convert it back to 1015. See more
Commander Sam Hale
Coast Guard tracked that drug deal for 6 months. It was supposed to be our take down. But then HPD swooped in and took the credit. Now I'm being pushed out before my 20. No pension. No benefits. My country owes me.
Hey, let's clear things right now. You swore to defend, and support this country no matter the cost. She doesn't owe you anything.
References Captain America
Hawaii Five-0 Main Title Theme
Written by Morton Stevens
Performed by Brian Tyler See more