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Facebook scammers are claiming that teen hearthrob Justin Bieber has been stabbed in an attempt to trick concerned fans into clicking on a link which will earn them money. The messages, which include a thumbnail image of a young man’s back badly slashed with a knife, say that the pint-sized singer was stabbed by a […]

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To help the attendees of my Brucon White Hat Shellcode workshop, I wrote a new program to generate simple shellcode. I’m releasing it now. People regularly ask me for malware so they can test their security setup. First, that’s a bad idea, and second, you can do without. Why is using malware a bad idea? […]

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Do you want Justin Bieber to follow you on Twitter? Well, chances are that you do.. if you’re a 12 year old girl. And sure enough, with so many adoring young fans of Justin Bieber around the world, there are scammers looking for an opportunity to make a quick buck. I’ve made a video of […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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