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Comment Saa-Wheet! (Score 0) 288

For real, even tho I do not use windows (except for virtualized) I am glad to see real benefits of solid research and quick implementation.

I for one am glad to see that not all of the hard work is being done by the attack squad.

Hug a programmer. Hug one today.


The World's Biggest Botnets 243

ancientribe writes "There's a new peer-to-peer based botnet emerging that could blow the notorious Storm away in size and sophistication, according to researchers, and it's a direct result of how Storm has changed the botnet game, with more powerful and wily botnets on the horizon. This article provides a peek at the 'new Storm' and reveals the three biggest botnets in the world (including Storm) — and what makes them tick and what they are after."

Submission + - Wikileaks releases FBI document on net pedophiles (

James Hardine writes: Wikileaks has released a sensitive FBI document on the symbols pedophiles as well as those who produce, distribute, and trade child pornography use to identify each other. These symbols have been etched into rings and formed into pendants, and have also been found imprinted on coins. Wikileaks journalists obtained the information from "child erotica" networks in spain. How did sensitive FBI documents get into the hands of child pornography traders in spain? Does the FBI have a mole?

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