Maxon Computer has upgraded its popular 3D model design software package to 10.1 with some improvements and fixes.
A student website at the University of Alabama (http://bama.ua.edu/) hosts more than 190 webpages, each of which has a redirection command. A visitor arriving in any of these webpages will be redirected to one of various websites ranging from pornographic websites and sex-related forums to online drug websites. Continue reading
We are currently visited by a cybercriminal right at this moment. Although chances that their threads will ever go beyond the backstage are near-zero, be careful if you want to click on a hyperlink. This cybercriminal with no elementary education uses various IP addresses to connect this website. We are disabling some articles for comments because of this regular, daily comment attack.
Department of Geography at Pennsylvania State University hosts a website offering free software programs to analyze geospatial data. This website, GeoVISTA Studio, has been cracked by a group of cybercriminals, and it now hosts a dozen gate pages that will lead visitors to pornographic websites.
Ever since Google officially purchased YouTube for $1.65 billion in stock in October, 2006, more small companies have entered the video-sharing business, hoping they can sell their video-sharing websites for millions of dollars in a couple of years. In fact, we do get an invitation from YouTube imitators once in a while. Some 180 people subscribe to our channel at YouTube, and it has been viewed more than 117,000 times. Inevitably, YouTube imitators find us and ask us to upload our video tutorials. Anyway, while YouTube’s popularity only keeps rising, new video-sharing websites aren’t doing so well. So why do the rest of YouTube imitators fail so badly? Continue reading