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Illegal Immigrants attempt to derail trains

Cruz Mario Carnacion, 37 and Jose Luis Trejo-Yanez for two Illegal Aliens of Mexician origin where arrested for being in possession of more than 500  7-inch spike's that were taken from the railroad tracks owned by Norfolk Southern Railroad. Read More »

Hackers expose security flaws with Elvis passport

In the name of improved security a hacker showed how a biometric passport issued in the name of long-dead rock 'n' roll king Elvis Presley could be cleared through an automated passport scanning system being tested at an international airport.

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Evil App found in Android Market

Droid, Google's new phone does a lot more than finds you maps of hotels and Fast food joints.

"We recently learned that a fraudster developed a rogue Android Smartphone app. It creates a shell of mobile banking apps that tries to gain access to a consumer’s financial information." Looks like droid does... fraud..  Link

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Banned Twitter Passwords

Here is a big list of Twitter passwords and quite possily the most commonly found and abused ones on other online services.

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Twitter gets hacked

Twitter sent out a tweet at about 2:37 a.m. EST, acknowledging that the site's DNS records were temporarily compromised.  Users trying to acccess Twitter where redirected to a webpage that said Read More »

Virus attacks Modern Warfare 2 on Xbox Live

A quasi-virus infestation is spreading across Xbox Live and infecting gamers playing Modern Warfare 2 multi-player matches online. The virus like any epidemic is passed when any player joins another infected player in a match.

The infection causes unlimited ammo for all weapons, and providing instant reloading, despite match settings.

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