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Submission + - Third Massive Leak of AZ Officer Info (

Nysul writes: Ex-LulzSec hacker/cracker group AntiSec just released a third torrent of AZ Officer accounts, passwords, and emails. AntiSec claims the emails contain jokes about torturing "ragheads", anti-muslim/racist emails, and pornography.

Submission + - Russia Becomes World Leader for Malware (

Orome1 writes: The volume of spam in email traffic increased 2.1 per cent in May, when compared with the previous month, making up on average 80.8 per cent of the total. A reduction of phishing messages was also noted, while the share of postings containing malware increased, according to Kaspersky Lab. In terms of regional change, Russia has become the world leader in terms of the quantity of malware found in emails detected by antivirus programs, replacing the USA, where the quantity of infected emails received fell by 3.5 per cent.

Submission + - Myspace sold to Specific Media (

AmiMoJo writes: "News Corporation has sold its ailing social networking site MySpace to online advertising firm Specific Media..

The sale terms were not disclosed, but there were unconfirmed reports that price paid was as low as $35m.

Pop star and actor Justin Timberlake will take a stake in the business, Specific Media said."


Submission + - Enjoy Good Hex? Trackers For Linux (

conner_bw writes: Renoise is a contemporary digital audio workstation (DAW) based upon the heritage and development of tracker software. With input from a very enthusiastic user community, two and a half months were spent on bug fixes and stability improvements for the Linux beta. The work has paid off and as of a few moments ago the Linux port is now officially 1.9.1 "GOLD" like it's OS X and Windows counterparts. If you're a "free as in freedom" software user there's good news for you too. MilkyTracker is GPL as of last week.

Submission + - SPAM: Online cartoonist breaks publishing record?

destinyland writes: "The first collection of "Perry Bible Fellowship" comics racked up pre-sales of $300,000 due to its huge online following, and within seven weeks required a third printing. Ironically, the 25-year-old cartoonist speculates people would rather read his arty comics in a book than on a computer screen, and warns that "There's something wonderful, and soon-to-be mythic, about the printed page..." He also explains the strange anti-censorship crusade in high school that earned him an FBI record!"
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