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Malicious websites increase by over 100% in a year   90% of all unwanted email contains links to malicious pages     The number of malicious website on the net has increased by more than 100 percent since last year, says Websense. According to the security firm's 2010 Threat Report, nearly four in five (80 percent) of websites with malicious code are legitimate sites that have been...
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UPDATE: Facebook API flaw discovered   Social media management company Sendible says it's working with Facebook on issue     Social-networking services provider Sendible says it's uncovered a major flaw in how Facebook works and is cooperating with Facebook to fix the issue. Facebook and Twitter flunk security report card Sendible said in a blog post late Tuesday night that it noticed the...
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Prankster broadcasts message to WSU students   gnF8FvXNozc   Washington State University police are trying to find out who hijacked the school's computer system on Friday and broadcast on classroom video screens throughout the day a bizarre rant by someone wearing a "V for Vendetta" costume.   The hacker took over the large video screens in 34 classrooms in two buildings on the Pullman,...
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Google employee axed over 10% raise leak   Reported attempt to keep employees loyal comes as rivalries with Microsoft, Facebook intensify     Everyone at Google is getting a nice raise. Well, almost everyone.   News broke early on Wednesday that Google was giving 10% raises to its entire workforce of 23,000 people worldwide.   By Wednesday night, however, CNNMoney.com reported that not...
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  Ok I'am guessing people are getting fedup with the downtime with Buzzen, well its not Buzzens fault really, its the people that ddos the server. So dont start complaining with oh my god buzzen sucks, when its really the fault of these people that attack the server. The issue at hand was that the server that buzzen had switched too dosent deal with the ddos attack. So now Buzzen changed to...
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Ok I'am guessing people are getting fedup with the downtime with Buzzen, well its not Buzzens fault really, its the people that ddos the server. So dont start complaining with oh my god buzzen sucks, when its really the fault of these people that attack the server. The issue at hand was that the server that buzzen had switched too dosent deal with the ddos attack. So now Buzzen changed to another...