Study: Malware Writers Rickrolling on Digg

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eday_2010

I am glad I don't ever visit Digg, or any of those other waste-of-time sites. And this is one more reason why I won't visit Digg in the future.

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I Jedi

The safest product that anyone can use in prevention of having online identity, etc, stolen is to merely do safe web searching and use tools to help you steer clear of bad sites. E.g. WOT and HaunteSecure. If you're smart about what you download and view online, you're greatly limiting the chances of something bad happening to yourself. 

 And to the other two posters. Yes, it is ashame that these sorts of people don't use their knowledge for something better than what they already ues it for. I'm no religous man, but I do have morals and I for one have no idea how people can so willingly go out and steal what is not theirs. 

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HellTempest

I believe the term you should've used instead of smart is "a higher than 0 IQ"

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AndyYankee17

could you imagine how much better our world could be if malware writers used their programming skills for good?

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HellTempest

Could you imagine how the hordes of morons on the internet would swell if people stopped doing shady things with technology? I mean, think about it, you have to be pretty stupid to believe some of these claims, and to actually download any of the stuff on there is on a level so transcending idiocy that they deserve not to be called sentient beings.

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xs0u1x

i agree with your points but you really need to get over yourself.

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AndyYankee17

good point, malware is the natural selection of the interweb

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