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New virus attacks Skype for Windows users

September 11, 2007

What do you know, Skype are on my news once again, and once again not for very good ones. After the recent service outage last month, Skype now have new computer virus called “w32/Ramex.A” affecting their Windows users. Hey, I am using Skype for Windows myself…! According to an official announcement now published on the […]

Skype: Microsoft patch triggered outage

August 22, 2007

Last Tuesday, August 14, the great Redmond giant released another one of its patch batches claiming to fix (at least) 14 operating system security holes in computers powered by different versions of Windows and MS Office. The updates were pushed to millions of MS users all over the world using the Microsoft’s “Automatic Updates” system. […]

kindergarten violence

July 24, 2007

Yesterday Nitsi became really ill and couldn’t get out of bed. I therefore had the privilege of fetching Carmel from the kindergarten myself. I came in, going near lots of other children which were having their noon nap and looked very cute when one of the assistants approached me saying “Carmel got punched up a […]

World’s Most Powerful Nuclear Power Plant on Fire! Causes Radioactive Spill

July 17, 2007

According to Associated Press (Mon Jul 16, 2:35 PM ET) a strong earthquake shook Japan’s northwest coast Monday, setting off a fire at the world’s most powerful nuclear power plant and causing a reactor to spill radioactive water into the sea – an accident not reported to the public for hours. There is also a […]

Chinese mobile phone batteries explode

July 11, 2007

China have been popping up a lot lately with various defective products and product recalls. we red about pet food recall, recalled poisoner toothpastes, poisonous toys, we had major car company under pressure to recall its products because there is danger of the tire treads separating and more examples of how low-cost products can turn […]

MPack Trojan Attack Claims 10,000 Web Sites

June 20, 2007

Researchers and security companies are reporting that as many as 10,000 Web sites have been infected with malicious code that redirects unsuspecting users to a server booby-trapped with drive-by exploits – part of a wave of attacks originating in Italy and now spreading through Europe. Dubbed the “Italian Job” by Trend Micro, the attack was […]


April 7, 2006

Today we came back from two nights and three days of great Zimmer vacation in Amirim, a moshav in Merom HaGalil Regional Council in Israel, unique in being populated only by vegetarians and vegans. We don’t travel a lot and the pregnancy didn’t helped on this matter so it was the first time we left […]