For months, hackers–most likely in China and Russia, according to security watchers–have been surreptitiously installing keylogging software on WoW players’ Windows computers, hijacking their accounts and selling off their often valuable in-game assets.
The first Movie-Plot Threat Contest asked you to invent a horrific and completely ridiculous, but plausible, terrorist plot. All the entrants were worth reading, but Tom Grant won with his idea to crash an explosive-filled plane into the Grand Coulee Dam.
The Web can help kids learn, communicate, and socialize, but it also exposes them to risks.
Online filesharing of movies and music has the Hollywood hotshots hopping mad, but they are fighting back with the help of anti-piracy firms.
There are two methods that seem to work, and the software giant is monitoring both to see if they pose any substantial threat to the company’s business model.
Mark Russinovich examines some interesting email.