Microsoft Security Advisory (935423) – Vulnerability in Windows Animated Cursor Handling This is a very serious vulnerability that is almost certainly to be exploited on a wide scale basis. If the vulnerability were limited to animated cursors alone it would not be as serious, but there are reports of jpg files, which are very commonly
I received the following on firstname.lastname@example.org from James G. I have been hit by the following virus: (not on this PC) vxaudio.exe Have you ever heard of this? Hi James, I am not familiar with a virus named vxauio.exe, but that looks a whole lot like a file name. File names are almost never reliable
A friend was recently the unfortunate victim of credit card theft. I haven’t yet found a fortunate victim, but ultimately there is bound to be a criminal stupid enough to deposit money into a stolen account J In today’s online world, unless you can determine how the credit card theft occurred you really must assume
Fatigues – $28 Army boots -$129 GPS – $249 Good directions? Priceless It seems the Swiss accidentally invaded Liechtenstein (http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2007/03/02/world/main2530066.shtml). Now this is funny first and foremost because nobody got hurt. There were lots of other reasons it was funny too. For example, a neutral nation invading an unarmed nation is a rather comedic situation.