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CNS News

by Mike Ciandella

January 9, 2013

"Meet The Sautners," a promotional ad for the independently made pro-energy documentary "FrackNation," has come under attack by those who want it pulled from YouTube.

"FrackNation" is the brainchild of independent filmmakers Philem McAleer and Ann McElhinney. The movie advertisement features a Dimock, Pa., family, the Sautners, who claim that their water was contaminated with a number of dangerous chemicals including "weapons grade uranium," because of nearby fracking to obtain natural gas. It then goes on to show a group of EPA specialists informing the Dimocks that their water is in fact safe.

smashingmagazine.com

by Christian Heilmann

December 21, 2010

Building a beautiful design is a great experience. Seeing the design break apart when people start putting in real content, though, is painful.

That's why testing it as soon as possible with real information to see how it fares is so important. To this end, Web services provide us with a lot of information with which to fill our products. In recent years, this has been a specialist's job, but the sheer amount of information available and the number of systems to consume it makes it easier and easier to use Web services, even for people with not much development experience.

CNS News

December 15, 2011

Fast-food restaurant operator Yum Brands Inc. spent $200,000 lobbying officials in the third quarter, focusing on legislation dealing with tax depreciation for restaurant improvements, health care and the dairy industry, according to a recent disclosure report.

CNS News

January 16, 2012

Online shoe seller Zappos.com says a hacker may have accessed the personal information of up to 24 million customers.

Customers' credit card and payment information was not stolen, but names, phone numbers, email addresses, billing and shipping addresses, the last four digits from credit cards and more may have been accessed in the attack, according to an email that CEO Tony Hsieh sent on Sunday to employees.

thewhir.com

January 16, 2012

Online retailer Zappos announced on Sunday that the passwords, email addresses, and partial credit card information belonging to 24 million customers may have been exposed in an attack on a server in a Kentucky data center.

CNS News

January 18, 2012

Online retailers Zappos.com and Amazon.com are being sued in Kentucky by a Texas woman alleging that she and millions of other customers were harmed by the release of personal account information.

markmaunder.com

by Mark Maunder

August 1, 2011

The Exec summary: An image resizing utility called timthumb.php is widely used by many WordPress themes. Google shows over 39 million results for the script name.

If your WordPress theme is bundled with an unmodified timthumb.php as many commercial and free themes are, then you should immediately either remove it or edit it and set the $allowedSites array to be empty. The utility only does a partial match on hostnames allowing hackers to upload and execute arbitrary PHP code in your timthumb cache directory.

reason.com

by Jesse Walker

May 1, 2013

Meet Kiera Wilmot, a 16-year-old student in Bartow, Florida. Before last week, Bartow High School Principal Ron Pritchard tells WTSP-TV, she had "never been in trouble before. Ever."

But then, the station reports, she mix[ed] household chemicals in a tiny 8-ounce water bottle, causing the top to pop off, followed by billowing smoke in [a] small explosion. Wilmot's friends and classmates said it was "a science project gone bad, that she never meant to hurt anyone."

F-Secure Weblog

by Threatresearch

June 13, 2012

We normally see malware developing and evolving over the years. One particular malware we've been following is ZeroAccess, which has been continuously improving [since] we first detected it in late 2010.

Case in point: in the latest samples, its self-deletion routine has changed. This is a simple Windows batch file ZeroAccess used to use to remove itself after execution, as a fast and simple way to hide any traces of its presence from the user (click for larger view)...

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

September 17, 2012

Some botnets are so big you can see them from space (or at least, Google Earth). Here's what the ZeroAccess botnet looks like in Europe.

      
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