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This is the week! (No… that’s not an “iPad 3” reference.) Back in November, the F.B.I. shutdown servers belonging to the DNSChanger botnet, operated by Rove Digital, which was based in Estonia. The Feds have been running substitute DNS servers since then, but their authority to do so expires on March 8, 2012. And that […]

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Like the career of a one hit wonder pop star, it started with a bang and went out with a whisper. Almost two years ago, the big news was about Operation Phish Phry. In October 2009, the FBI announced that almost one hundred people (half here in the US, half in Egypt) had been arrested […]

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