You really could not make this up, despite the fact that the computer bugs in question are called 'crazy rasberry ants' and reported quotes from victims range from the ridiculous [URL="http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article3941545.ece"]"If you’ve seen a car racing, that’s how they are. They’re going fast, fast, fast. They’re crazy"[/URL] to the sublimely ridiculous [URL="http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/197832/houston-weve-got-a-problem-pceating-ants.html"]"You'd get 3,000 or 4,000 ants inside and they create arcs. They'll wipe out any computer."[/URL] Yet apparently it is real and the ants have invaded Houston by the billion, consuming pretty much any electronic goods that get in the way. It seems that the little critters came in …

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Attention Microsoft Users -- As of late Tuesday afternoon Chicago time, major news networks are reporting being affected by a new bug called Zotob. It affects Microsoft systems, as described in a Microsoft Bulliton MS05-039, a document that was released earlier this month. CERT sources say that they have seen several variets of the Zobot [sic] worm. The Worm is reported to scan for vunerable systems on port 445. Port 445 is part of the protocols that Microsoft uses for directory services. Interestingly enough, as I am typing this to you, Microsoft has not made any publications on it's main …

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