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Of course I'm too security-conscious to fall for ooh look bewbs  By John Leyden •   Posted in Malware, 24th May 2010 11:37 GMT   Facebook users were hit for the second time in only a week by a video-themed malware attack last weekend.   The latest assault involved the posting of a fake video to profiles entitled "distracting beach babes" that appeared under the guise of a post by one of a...
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Download Firefox 3.6.4 Beta Build 5   A new development milestone of Firefox 3.6.4 is now available for download, as the browser version is approximately a week away from release. The third not-so-minor update to Firefox 3.6 has been cooking for almost two months now, and Build 5 of Beta for version 3.6.4 was offered to testers at the end of the past week. Early adopters are able to test-drive...
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Google discloses AdSense revenue share   Publishers who run AdSense ads alongside their content get to keep 68 percent of revenue generated by those ads, Google has revealed for the first time. Originally posted at Relevant Results   Source Webware.com
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Companies that post sponsored tweets in Twitter streams are now banned from its API, but, for those who care, Kim Kardashian is still allowed to charge $10,000 for a paid tweet. Originally posted at The Social Source
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The Facebook security gaffes keep coming, with the latest being a bug that allows hackers to delete all of a users' site friends without permission, according to IDG News.   The flaw was reported Wednesday by college student Steven Abbagnaro, but some 48 hours later it could still be exploited to delete an IDG reporter's Facebook friends. Abbagnaro has written proof-of-concept code that uses...
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Introduction   Hello everyone,My name is Scott and I am the new owner of IRCReport. I am writing this blog entry to let you all know that apart from an owner change, nothing around here will change. If it works, why fix it right? I would also like to note that X-Ception has run this site with great integrity for a long time, and I hope I can live up to your expectations of what this site brings...