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NewsSeagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 10:38 
GeneralRe: Seagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinmemberLloyd Atkinson3-Mar-13 10:49 
GeneralRe: Seagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinprotectorAspDotNetDev4-Mar-13 8:17 
GeneralRe: Seagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinprotectorDaveAuld3-Mar-13 12:41 
GeneralRe: Seagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year PinmemberLloyd Atkinson3-Mar-13 13:09 
NewsDavid Pogue's Top 20 Windows 8 Usability Tips PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 10:37 
NewsTrenchBroom - A Modern Level Editor for Quake PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 10:37 
NewsThe MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Mar-13 10:36 
On Feb 12th 2013, FireEye announced the discovery of an Adobe Reader 0-day exploit which is used to drop a previously unknown, advanced piece of malware. We called this new malware “ItaDuke” because it reminded us of Duqu and because of the ancient Italian comments in the shellcode copied from Dante Aligheri’s “Divine Comedy”.... Together with our partner CrySyS Lab, we’ve performed a detailed analysis of these unusual incidents which suggest a new, previously unknown threat actor. For the CrySyS Lab analysis, please read [here]. For our analysis, please read below.
Adobe exploits should not surprise, but this one's still active, so read and beware.
GeneralRe: The MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor Pinmemberbitterskittles4-Mar-13 5:29 
GeneralRe: The MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor PinstaffTerrence Dorsey4-Mar-13 5:31 
GeneralRe: The MiniDuke Mystery: PDF 0-day Government Spy Assembler 0x29A Micro Backdoor Pinmemberbitterskittles4-Mar-13 5:34 
NewsAnother battery breakthrough! PinmemberSuper Lloyd2-Mar-13 5:39 
GeneralRe: Another battery breakthrough! PinprotectorAspDotNetDev2-Mar-13 12:37 
JokeRe: Another battery breakthrough! PinmemberBrisingr Aerowing3-Mar-13 12:05 
NewsName.com is Doing Some Really Sketchy Stuff PinprotectorAspDotNetDev1-Mar-13 17:01 
NewsHow HTML 5 can fill up your HDD PinmemberMarco Bertschi1-Mar-13 9:32 
NewsDell XPS 10 Tops iFixit Tablet Repairability Rankings PinmemberJohn Isaiah Carmona28-Feb-13 23:40 
NewsWeb development as we know it, is dead PinstaffTerrence Dorsey28-Feb-13 11:52 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex28-Feb-13 15:42 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmvpEddy Vluggen1-Mar-13 0:04 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex1-Mar-13 0:26 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmemberNemanja Trifunovic1-Mar-13 4:16 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead Pinmemberdusty_dex1-Mar-13 5:38 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmemberLloyd Atkinson1-Mar-13 14:20 
GeneralRe: Web development as we know it, is dead PinmemberSuper Lloyd2-Mar-13 5:40 

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