Thursday, July 7, 2011

Google ejects 11 million sites. their bsquedas by spam

Google does not offer search results that lead to sites under the subdomain. because it believes that most of them are used to spread spam (unsolicited bulk email). As Google explains an official of a corporate blog, the company provides shelter domain owner free or low cost that is used for sending spam.

In the second half of last year, phishing attacks detected 4963 (post misleading) from this domain, which is almost twice that detected in any other domain. This subdomain is offered by a Korean company. The said company has 11,383,736 domains registered and more than five and a half million active accounts.

Anonymous strikes 20 Italian universities

After complaints arrived for some people connected to a cell Anonymous hackers, get revenge by LulzStorm a nova Anonymous rib 20 that hit Italian Univerity, accounts by stealing and publishing them on the net. The news was spread via Twitter, which also contains a link to the package containing the accounts and where you see "Universities are the starter.

This is just the beginning. Solidarity with our brothers reported!"

Most serious hacker attack to the Italian universities

 - The news was given directly to an account on Twitter, LulzStorm, just created: the data of students and professors from various Italian universities are available to all. An avalanche of sensitive data stolen from 18 universities including There are also those of Bologna, Siena, Cagliari, Bari, Pavia, Rome, Turin, Naples, Foggia.

Facebook integrates the functionality of Skype

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, confirmed Wednesday, July 6 System Integration of telephone and video conferencing directly from Skype in its social network. "We use the best technology on the best social," said Mr Zuckerberg. Skype, which claims more than 700 million users, was acquired May 10 by Microsoft for $ 8.5 billion.

Microsoft also has a little less than 2% of Facebook. Facebook users need to install an add-on application within the social network in order to make video calls. Mark Zuckerberg also announced the creation of cats for groups, and a graphic redesign of its service. The functionality is far from new - MSN and Google have long proposed to discuss in video conferencing - but setting it up for 750 million Facebook users is an important development.