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Koobface worm targets Mac users on Facebook, Twitter   Malicious Java applet shows that Apple's smart to dump Oracle's technology, says researcher   A new variant of the Koobface worm that targets Mac OS X and Linux as well as Windows is spreading through Facebook, MySpace and Twitter, security researchers warned today.   Antivirus firms first reported the malware, dubbed "Boonana," on...
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LimeWire file-sharing service shut down by US court     NEW YORK (AFP) – Popular online file-sharing service LimeWire was shut down by a US federal court on Tuesday following a lawsuit filed by the music industry.   The move came a little more than five months after a US judge ruled in favor of 13 music companies in a copyright infringement and unfair competition case brought against...
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Cyber Security Efforts in the U.S.     Recognizing October as National Cyber security Awareness Month, Lumension Chairman and CEO, Pat Clawson, invited a handful of IT security industry leaders for 30 minutes of frank conversation on what is being done at the government level to effectively coordinate national cyber security efforts in the U.S.   •Pat Clawson, Chairman and CEO,...
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ChainScriptz Server     We are also using mibbit so that way people that dont know how to use a script can enter the server. I have the webchat linked up in the forums board. Its on the right hand side of the menu tab. In the future I will be making a seperate page for that!! :tp
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Understanding what Facebook apps really know (FAQ)       Do Facebook apps sell you out?   Judging by the contents of a Wall Street Journal report last week, one could easily get the idea that a massive lapse in oversight on Facebook's behalf led a bevy of opportunistic developers to start selling user data off to marketers and advertisers. Or not. Plenty of tech journalists jumped to...
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Buzzen & It's Downtime       I'll try to shed some light on it for everyone.  A new server was purchased to replace an aging one for the .com part of the site.   They were waiting for the ISP hosting all of buzzen's servers to complete a scheduled move before installing the new server and moving the .com site to it.   It seems during the move something happened. Whether it was...