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Konversation 1.3-beta1 has been released!   Konversation 1.3-beta1 debuts a major new feature in the area of Direct Client-to-Client (DCC) support: An implementation of the DCC Whiteboard extension that brings collaborative drawing - think two-player Kolourpaint - to IRC. It also brings back the integration with KDE's SSL certificate store the KDE 3 version enjoyed and expands support for...
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Eircom customers who illegally dowload content could be cut off from the net permanently as the ISP begins its piracy crackdown.   Source www.bbc.co.uk
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Microsoft smacks patch-blocking rootkit second timeAlureon rootkit accounts for 18% of malware-infected Windows PCs in May By Gregg Keizer May 24, 2010 06:37 AM ET   Computerworld - For the second month in a row, Microsoft has tried to eradicate a mutating rootkit that has blocked some Windows users from installing security updates.   According to the Microsoft Malware Prevention Center...
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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