Nasa Powers Up With Supercomputer
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So it's been about 4 weeks since a signed up w/ FreeiPods.com. I have had 9 people sign up but only 1 complete a offer (you need five people to complete offers to get a iPod), so if you want to help out you can sign up and complete a offer using this link (must be this link): http://www.freeiPods.com/default.aspx?referer=9218378
BTW. Some people think that it is impossible to get a Free iPod for reasons other than this being a scam (which might be, probably not though). One of the reasons is that they think that you need to get 5 people to complete a offer that those people need to get 5 more people to complete a offer etc. etc. This is not true, all that is required is that I get 5 people to complete 1 offer each.
Preorder your copy of World of Warcraft, another MMORPG, for $29.82 at WalMart, expected to ship 11/22/2004. Pretty good deal, except for the fact that it's probably going to be another $12 a month(And I am guessing that is how they are going to make money).
They also have a collector's edition expected to ship the same date if you're interested.
According to Trend Micro's description, the message comes from a spoofed address. The subject line is either "Re: Hi!," "Re: Thank you!," or "Re: Thanks :)," and the message body is always ":))." The message comes with an attachment with a file name of "Joke" or "Price," which has an extension of either ".com," ".cpl," ".exe," or ".scr."
Once the user runs the executable, it drops a copy of itself in the user's Windows System folder and sets Windows to load it when the computer boots up.
The worm attempts to propagate by copying itself to shared folders for LANs and peer-to-peer networks, and through a conventional e-mail distribution using a built-in SMTP engine. It attempts to terminate a large number of security-related programs, such as anti-virus software.
In keeping with Bagle tradition, it also attempts to interfere with the Netsky worm by removing several registry keys used by Netsky and creating mutexes, which are variables in the operating system that Netsky checks for.
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