"WASHINGTON (AP) A computer virus that captures the strokes on a keyboard has infected networks used by pilots who control U.S. Air Force drones flown on the warfront, according to a published report."
http://news.yahoo.com/report-computer-v … 54632.html
And they can't get rid of it.
by eonsaway 7 years ago
What is a computer virus? Is it a nick-name for something else? A computer is a machine not living.
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I just looked at my polio hub, which has "infectious disease", "polio" and "world health" as tags. Related Hubs displayed include two that are related. One might be related, if you're a sick chicken. Another one is a recent history of Myanmar. The others are computer...
by Zsuzsy Bee 8 years ago
A friend sent this to me early this morning. I'm not sure if this will affect you in your neck of the woods but just in case it's worth the warningREAD IMMEDIATELY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! VERY IMPORTANT! PLEASE READ THIS - These e-mails are floating around currently....
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Awhile ago, I promised to do and report a comparison. This post is to fulfill that obligation.The report:After 5 days of data, results are pretty much the same.
by Goody5 6 years ago
Can a person catch a computer virus and get sick?
by Jill Kostowskie 19 months ago
Are the payout for the earnings program delayed today? It usually hits my PayPal account by 4:00 pm
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