I wonder what caused it. An insecure password, a computer left unlocked...
It's possible that the culprit is one of the more recent culprits, but I think it's probably either someone we don't know yet or... what was the name of that one chap for whom Framework once created an account? I think it was Overclock, but I'm not sure.
EDIT: He has a lot of spare time on his hands. Too much, I daresay.
This actually is turning out to be a valuable lesson. No matter how horrible (as in poorly-skilled) a troll this Quasi-Framework is, he is revealing a flaw in our report system.
He probably has 100+ reported posts now and his account isn't getting auto-disabled like a two-day old account would be. The system worked flawlessly for trolls like Spoonlicker, but it's not working so well for account-hackers and I reckon it won't work so well for patient trolls.
Also, we could use a few restrictions on who can report whom.
My point is that if the report system was changed so that all accounts could potentially be auto-disabled after enough reports, then there would need to be some sort of safeguard against account-hackers abusing that power.
I didn't see anywhere on his page that his account has limited functionality... maybe he's just trying to troll the admin now, which is, of course, a really smart move if he wants to retain access to this forum for future trollery. [/sarcasm]