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A joke about passwords has won a competition for the funniest joke at the Edinburgh Fringe. Stand-up comedian Nick Helm was judged to have the best joke of the festival, beating a number of better-known acts. 10 comedy critics spent two weeks hunting for the best jokes of the Edinburgh Fringe, putting their top 30 […]

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Remember Zach Braff (Did his parents really choose this name for him?), star of hospital comedy series Scrubs where he played the hapless and endearing character Dr John Dorian? Well, yesterday Braff announced on Facebook that his website was hacked to display a bogus letter to loyal fans admitting that he was gay. According to […]

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Comedy site chucklemonkey.com is spreading malware through a malicious Java applet: A code snippet is inserted in the main page (see above). The Java applet comes from chucklemonkey.com/Slide.jar It contains a malicious piece of code as shown below: Upon successful infection, the malware calls fontom.no-ip.biz:1986/1234567890.functions A server located in Morocco (41.142.111.146): The comedy site has […]

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