The latest DVD featuring cartoon sensation "The Powerpuff Girls" may boast fun games for young PC users, but three computer programs on the disc have also been infected by the "FunLove" virus, CNET News.com has learned.
Warner Bros. confirmed Wednesday that the "Meet the Beat Alls" disc, released a week ago by Warner Home Video, has been recalled because the DVD spreads the "FunLove" computer virus to any PC that installs the supplemental software.
Source: OS Opinion
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Internet connections at the New York Times were interrupted for several hours on Tuesday afternoon after the paper's computers were flooded with bogus information in an apparent attack. "We don't know that it was malicious, but there seems to be no innocent explanation," wrote network administrator Terry Schwadron in an email to newsroom employees.
Source: CBS News
Internet connections at the New York Times Co were interrupted for at least several hours on Tuesday after the paper's computers were flooded with information in an apparent attack.
"We don't know that it was malicious, but there seems to be no innocent explanation," wrote company network administrator Terry Schwadron in an e-mail to newsroom employees.