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June 2011

Anonymous announces: The Plan

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Anonymous, the faceless hacktivist organization spawned from the Internet, has released a plan- excuse me- “The Plan.”

February 2011

How to submit website to Baidu.com

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We just want to share with you guys how to submit your website to Baidu, China’s #1 search engine…

Wireless router hijacked for child pornography

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Malcolm Riddell awoke at 6 a.m. one day last year to some of the most heart-sinking words a homeowner can hear: “FBI, open up.”

December 2010

How to submit website to Baidu.com

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We just want to share with you guys how to submit your website to Baidu, China’s #1 search engine…

November 2010

Bunny-crushing videos stir outrage online

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BEIJING (AFP) – A group of “crush fetishists” has caused an online storm in China after uploading graphic videos showing attractive young Chinese women crushing small rabbits.

July 2010

Crooks prey on young online

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ONE in 10 Australian internet users – more than 1.3 million people – lost an average of $1000 each to cyber criminals in the past 12 months.

June 2010

Name.com coupon code for June 2010

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Coupon Code: SIZZLING .COM & .NET registrations for $7.99

Namecheap.com coupon code for June 2010

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Coupon Code: SUMMERTIME Discount Price: $8.81 domain name registration at Namecheap

Name.com coupon code for .TV June 2010

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Starting today we are now offering one year .TV registrations for the low price of $10.99! But wait..it gets better. If you register a .TV for two or more years, you get it for the super low price of just $9.99/year. Still want more? For the month of June you can use the code SHOWTIME for $29.99 .TV renewals!

May 2010

Google I/O Will Be Chrome’s Time to Shine

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In the year and a half since it first emerged, Google’s Chrome browser has matured from a thinner-than-air experiment that only ran on Windows into a stable, full-featured browser that works on all major operating systems and is available in 50 languages.

Has Apple won the Web video war?

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With Apple declaring war against Adobe’s hold over Web video, some reports say the Cupertino company has already won.

Facebook Rolls Out New Login Security Features

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Facebook is now one of the most popular targets for phishers, hackers and scammers.

Apple MobileMe Mail beta Invitation

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What is this? We originally thought it could possibly be linked into the rumors that MobileMe may soon be free, but reader Beau quickly pointed us to a news post from Apple detailing a new MobileMe Mail beta application.

Twitter hit by bug

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BEIJING, May 11 (Xinhuanet) — Twitter has been hit by a bug that left users, including many celebrities, with no “followers”.

New attack today against Wordpress

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Note that we are not blaming Wordpress here. I am assuming that if the problem was on Wordpress itself, the number of infected sites would be much much bigger. Maybe a plugin is vulnerable or someone stole lots of passwords. Also, all the hacked sites were on shared hosts, no one so far on a private server

Rumor: MobileMe To Drop Subscription Fee

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MobileMe may be the one Apple product I’ve never been tempted enough to at least consider pulling the trigger on.

First internationalised domain names go live

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The first top level domains with non-Latin characters went live on Thursday, just over six months after the process for doing so was approved, with another thirteen nearing registration.

‘Cyberwar’ A Misused Term

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Some officials and computer security companies are arguing that the World Wide Web is battlefield in a “cyberwar” that has armies of hackers stealing online secrets and using the Internet to attack the mainframe of many real world companies.

Google Public DNS vs OpenDNS vs Your ISP’s DNS – measuring performance

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Like many in the industry, we were surprised and intrigued by the announcement yesterday that Google would be entering the DNS business. The basic logic was clear: Google has a vested interest in the internet being fast, and so they want to offer a free public utility to help it be faster.

Godaddy.com coupon code for May 2010

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To receive your discount, just enter your preferred GoDaddy Promo Code when you check out at godaddy.com. Or click one of the above promo code links to be taken to godaddy.com with that discount code automatically added to your shopping cart.

DNSSEC may cause an Internet fail on May 5

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Network managers are being urged to run a series of checks on their routers and firewalls to ensure their users will still be able to connect to internet sites in the wake of a major change to the internet’s domain name system next week.

Name.com Free WHOIS Privacy Coupon Code

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Last April 21, 2010 Name.com announce that their private WHOIS service, which was traditionally free, will now cost $1.99 per year.

April 2010

Demonoid Down: Hardware Problems and Site Loading Too Slow

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For almost a week now, the super awesome torrent site Demonoid has been down. While others can still connect, they are still complaining because it’s terribly slow and the site is almost not loading at all.

Hewlett-Packard to buy Palm for $1.4B in cash

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Palm Inc. a pioneer in the smart phone business that couldn’t quite make the comeback it needed, has agreed to be bought out by Hewlett-Packard Co. for about $1.4 billion in cash.

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