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Attorneys General Want Craigslist 'Adult Services' Shut Down   Seventeen attorneys general wrote an open letter to Craigslist on Tuesday, requesting that the "adult services" portion of Craigslist be taken down immediately. In the letter, the attorneys general explained that the "increasingly sharp public criticism of Craigslist's Adult Services section reflects a growing recognition that ads...
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Giant W.A.S.P Sniffs Out Insecure Wi-Fi   The biggest wasp you will ever see lurking in your garden sniffs out your Wi-Fi's security. Watch out!   A pair of hackers have created the ultimate gadget for finding unsecured Wi-Fi connections--one made with a surplus US Army drone. "Mike" and "Rich", also known as Rabbit Hole, created the autonomous W.A.S.P (Wi-Fi Aerial Surveillance Platform) to...
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Older IRCScriptz   I will be adding more of the older types of IRC Scriptz so people can also use them for reference when making there own. Plus a lot of the older scripts are still working good and are a lot better then a lot of the new versions I'am seeing and trying! Sometimes its good to get idea's from previous scripts. Maybe some coding's on the older versions will need updating or...
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W32.Changeup!gen7     Type: Trojan, Virus   Systems Affected: Windows 98, Windows 95, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000   W32.Changeup!gen7 is a heuristic detection that may include members of the following threat family: W32.Changeup   Files that are detected as W32.Changeup!gen7 are considered malicious. We suggest that any files you...
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Written by Scott | 09 August 2010   KVIrc's security has come under fire recently, with two recent vulnerabilities being reported regarding KVIrc's handling of DCCs. Quite recently, the discoverer of these issues has come forward under anonymity to voice claims that there are no less than 14 additional vulnerabilities which are known to affect the client, with several giving access to the...
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Microsoft's lost eight years online: More than $6 billion down the tubes   Microsoft has recently touted its success with Bing — and with good reason. The search engine is gaining share and will continue to as Microsoft’s partnership with Yahoo kicks in. However, the financial hit from the last eight years of Microsoft’s Internet follies is staggering.   How big of a hit? Microsoft’s...