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Spam behemoth Rustock shut down by Microsoft, reduces worldwide spam by 39%

Posted 03-18-2011 at 10:48 AM by Halo (Nose Bleed)

Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit, working with federal law enforcement agents, has brought down the world's largest spam network, Rustock.

Rustock, at its peak, was a botnet of around 2 million spam-sending zombies capable of sending out 30 billion spam email per day. Microsoft's wholesale slaughter of Rustock could reduce worldwide spam output by up to 39%.

Rustock was taken down, piece by piece, in a similar way to the Mega-D botnet. First the master controllers, the...
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Will Les Miles Stay or Go?

Posted 01-10-2011 at 01:06 AM by Halo (Nose Bleed)

Les Miles doesn't commit to comment on whether he will stay at LSU or not...

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Black & Gold Preview: New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks

Posted 01-08-2011 at 11:23 AM by Halo (Nose Bleed)

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Black & Gold Report: New Orleans Saints get Pittsburgh, a tough way to bounce back

Posted 10-31-2010 at 05:29 PM by Halo (Nose Bleed)

The Times-Picayune's Mike Triplett, Jeff Duncan and James Varney preview Sunday's game between the New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers this week's Black and Gold Report.

John DeShazier gives you his take on Halloween at the Dome and Saints defensive end Alex Brown talks about the team getting more consistency.

New Orleans Saints get Pittsburgh, a tough way to bounce back: Black and Gold video

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High School Equipment Manager To Skip College, Manage Equipment At Professional Level

Posted 10-12-2010 at 11:51 AM by Halo (Nose Bleed)

This is from TheOnion.com

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WEST MONROE, LA—Doug Laney, the 5-foot-9-inch senior out of West Monroe High School who has garnered much hype and interest from professional teams throughout the season, announced Sunday that he will become the sixth equipment manager in history to forgo college and become an equipment manager in the NBA. "It's a big step, and I know a lot of people are going to say that I'm too young and I'm not ready, but that just means I'll have to work extra hard and
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