By John Surico
The Internet continues to face rough times, falling victim to the nationwide heat wave, the leap second and, now, the lifting of an FBI anti-virus program. Gotta love repetition.
At midnight, 64,000 computers in the United States and a quarter million worldwide might be forced off the Internet due to a stopgap provision provided by the federal police force that’s on its last legs. The program was set up in November to allow the machines infected with the “doomsday virus” DNSChanger (or its more conspicuous title, Operation Ghost Click) to continue to be connected to the Web… Read more