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November 24, 2009

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IT Ninja

btw guys, the National Security Agency was recently hacked. Yes hacked! But it was downplayed to the media for obvious shameful reasons. Here’s the link :

http://pinoysecurity.blogspot.com/2010/02/wwwnsagov-hacked.html

Mesothelioma

Seems to me you are doing amazing work for windows azure. Guys keep it (Y)

rubyoxy

Thank you for providing a download link for this podcast. I'll have something to listen to tomorrow morning when I go jogging. Thank you all for all the great info and interviews. You keep my mind busy!

Penny Stocks

It has been rightly designed for professionals. The terms, here used, sound professional and are hard to know.

Network Security

Thanks for sharing. Security threats on networks and phones can be really alarming.

lilylee86

That is great and if you wish, just check:http://www.winpst.com

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