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Here’s a possibility that could make your Halloween extra creepy: a Zombie Invasion. Not the brains-eating, rotting-corpse kind, mind you. I’m talking about a zombie bot invasion on Facebook, the world’s largest social network. The technology for such a thing is already available today. In fact, that hot chick adding you up on Facebook – […]

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Just under a month ago, the official distribution site for the Linux kernel was taken offline following an embarrasing malware incident. The brains behind the Linux kernel discovered malware on the PC of at least one kernel maintainer, as well as on some of the kernel.org servers themselves. (Yes, Linux malware. Not only in the […]

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The Linux world is in a bit of a security spinout at the moment. Last month, the brains behind the Linux kernel discovered malware on the PC of at least one kernel maintainer, as well as on some of the kernel.org servers themselves. Now, the Linux Foundation, a not-for-profit which bankrolls the main developers of […]

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