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Around 1 billion people around the globe are estimated to have tuned in to watch the spectacular opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. I wonder how many of them realised that some of those fantastic fireworks they were watching had been created by a computer visual effects team?

Published in Networking
Friday, 08 August 2008 15:59

Rustock takes spambot gold with Olympic surge

When it comes to endurance races, the Srizbi spambot takes some beating as far as distributing the most malicious spam across the planet is concerned. Thanks to an Olympic surge from new kid on the bot race blocks, Rustock, has sprinted past the old man of spam to take a dubious gold...

Published in Security
The International Olympic Committee has repeatedly assured the world's media that foreign journalists covering the Olympic Games in Beijing would be able to do so without any restrictions on Internet access. China, when bidding for the Games, stated journalists would be able to freely report. Now it appears that some 'sensitive' websites will be blocked...

Published in Networking




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