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Call it Pornistan... PDF Print E-mail
Written by bad_brain   
Friday, 16 July 2010 12:23

source: Fox News

They may call it the "Land of the Pure," but Pakistan turns out to be anything but.

The Muslim country, which has banned content on at least 17 websites to block offensive and blasphemous material, is the world's leader in online searches for pornographic material, has learned.

“You won’t find strip clubs in Islamic countries. Most Islamic countries have certain dress codes,” said Gabriel Said Reynolds, professor of Islamic Studies at the University of Notre Dame. “It would be an irony if they haven’t shown the same vigilance to pornography.”

So here's the irony: Google ranks Pakistan No. 1 in the world in searches for pornographic terms, outranking every other country in the world in searches per person for certain sex-related content.

Symbian malware creates mighty zombie army PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Sunday, 11 July 2010 10:55

By John Leyden,

Mobile malware that affects Symbian Series 60 handsets is being used to create a botnet.

Security firm NetQin claims as many as 100,000 smartphones have been compromised with the malware, which typically poses as a game and affects Symbian Series 60 3rd edition and 5th edition devices. NetQin said the malware is programmed to send SMS messages from compromised devices.


Last Updated on Sunday, 11 July 2010 10:56
China Renews Google’s License PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Friday, 09 July 2010 15:13

By John C Abell,

Google announced Friday that China had renewed its license to offer search in the world’s largest market, smoothing over for perhaps another year a contentious relationship that was exacerbated in January when the search giant threatened to stop government-required censorship but eased as it first re-directed search offshore and then last week pulled back on even that maneuver.

A flood of new, stable, Linux kernels PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Thursday, 08 July 2010 11:09


Greg Kroah-Hartman has released five new stable Linux kernels, correcting minor errors of their predecessors and including improvements which are unlikely to generate new errors. As so often with kernel versions in the stable series, it remains undisclosed if the new versions contain changes which fix security vulnerabilities, although the number of changes and some of the descriptions of those changes certainly suggest that all the new versions contain security fixes. As usual, Kroah Hartman advised in the release emails, that "All users of the 2.6.27 kernel series are very strongly encouraged to upgrade to the new version"; in other release emails, he advises users "should upgrade".

Germany officials launch legal action against Facebook PDF Print E-mail
Written by ph0bYx   
Thursday, 08 July 2010 11:05

By Maggie Shiels,

German officials have launched legal proceedings against Facebook for accessing and saving the personal data of people who do not use the site.

Facebook could face fines of tens of thousands of euros under privacy laws.

The social networking firm confirmed it had received a letter about the action.

"We consider the saving of data from third parties, in this context, to be against data privacy laws," said Johannes Caspar, head of Hamburg's Data Protection Authority.

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