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Submission + - Data theft by malware at U.S. grocery-store chains (

3t3rn4l writes: The Wall Street Journal and others report that U.S. grocery-store chains Hannaford and Sweetbay experienced data theft between Dec. 7, 2007 and March 10, 2008. It took a team of 30 forensic experts and IT ten days of around-the-clock troubleshooting to discover the malware. The company has said as many as 4.2 million credit and debit-card numbers were exposed in the breach and the theft occurred as shoppers swiped their cards at the chains' checkout machines and the information was sent to a transaction processor for approval.
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Submission + - Reprogramming DNA through frequency and language (

3t3rn4l writes: Prior to the Human Genome More Like a Functional Network article: 3/2246219, the Russian Human Genome Project discovered Extraterrestrial abilities to modify DNA through a "biological internet" according to the Agora Cosmopolitan 07/05/15/01569.html which suggests DNA can be reprogrammed through frequency (thoughts) and words (language).

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