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Sony BMG Greece hit by Hackers – 9,000 User Data Online

Sony BMG Greece hit by hacker -Database containing about 9,000 user records accessed, posted online – it’s the fourth recent attack on Sony sites  For the fourth time in about a month, hackers have broken into a Sony network. In the latest intrusion, hackers hit the Web site of Sony BMG …

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Google interrupted Blogger Service

Missing your favorite blogs in .blogspot.com? Google is doing osme maintenance and it seems it proved more difficult than it should. So if you check any blogs and see the : “Blogger is currently unavailble – We apologize for this interruption of service” do not worry. The service will resume, …

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Beware of Royal Wedding Internet Spams & Viruses

You won’t find them lurking around Westminster Abbey and they definitely didn’t receive an invite in the mail, but these unwanted guests are trying to crash next week’s royal wedding. Cyber-Criminals looking to cash in on Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s big day have already begun targeting Australian internet users, …

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Athens Court: Facebook at Work? You’re fired!

Love to chat with your Facebook friends while at work place? You’d better refrain from doing this. Then with such an economic crisis and recession it will be hard to get another job… A court in Athens justified the decision of the employer, an airline, to fire an employee without …

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E-Mail Fraud Warning: “Nigerian” Spammers go …Libya

Remember all the fake daughters, widows, bank officials or generals claiming they have huge amount of money and want to send it to you? This kind of e-mail fraud is known among Electronic Crime Combat Units worldwide as “Nigeria Spam”. Now the situation in Libya seems to “inspire” fraudsters and you …

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New Colour Design:Time for an unripe Tomato?

I was made the proposal to play a little bit with the colour schemes of the Keep Talking Greece’s design. So far, I have used Blue, Green and Orange. The template has additional color scheme options like Lemon-Yellow, fainted Grey, Aquamarine-Seafoam, Han Purple and Red. Now it’s time for a big, …

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Cyber-Crime Police hunts e-mail sender on Greek economy

Greek Cyber-Crime police is on the electornic traces of a man who sent e-mails claiming the collapse of Greece’s economy and the return to the Drachma. According to Electronic Crime Department of the police (ELAS), the e-mail sender is a 45 years old man, a self-employed, who sent the e-mail containing false information …

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This Website is on Strike, Feb 10

Today this website will be on strike. The owner feels pissed off  by the main sevices that don’t function in this country – primarily in the Health Sector…

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NOKIA removed Cyprus from GPS maps due to Turkish pressure

This is ridiculous! Politically and commercially! Nokia has removed Cyprus from the OVI maps and this has been going on for over six months now. While the maps on NOKIA handsets GPS/Mapping used to contain Cyprus street names and building information, now the map is blank and shows the ‘division line’ …

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KamasutraLap: As Fun As the Real Thing!

Too tired or too rusty to try the real Kama Sutra? Why don’t you try the easy version with your laptop? I am sure you have already tried the one or the other Kama Sutra Lap positions. For some weird reason the classical position “Laptop on a table” is not present. Apparently that …

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Greek Firm say CO2 emissions permits stolen by hackers

Remember our “Greek Hackers steal emissions rights” story? It seems they weren’t very Greek, in fact it seems they weren’t Greek at all, but a Romania-based criminal ring. I had read on a Greek portal about the ‘Romanian-connection’ but the report wasn’t clear or I was too stupid to understand (and …

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Greek Hackers steal emissions rights & trade them for EUR 28 million

Greek hackers apparently made the big scoop and earned 28 million euros through emissions trading.  According to Patras portal dete.gr, the unknown hackers knacked the registration codes of Greece, Australia and the Czech Republic, stole their emissions rights and  they sold them in the European Emissions Trading market. They earned no …

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What a Challenge! “Do Nothing For 2 Minutes”…

Ca you imagine you do nothing for two whole minutes? I can surely do, however I have to stare at the sea…. Anyway, a website is challenging you to do nothing for two minutes while you ( or me lol)  sit in front of your computer. All you have to do is …

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Google Online Competition for Students from all around the World

How about joining the Google Online Marketing Competition? You just need to be an undergraduate or graduate student of advertising, e commerce, marketing technologies and many more!  Read below all about the awards and the participation conditions. I have copy pasted the original short text: The Google Online Marketing Challenge …

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Greece Debt Clock: The Debt in Real Time

You always wanted to know the exact amount of Greek Debt but you never dared to ask? Now you have a chance! A smart Greek, Panos Panagiotou, has developed a software that shows the Greek debt in real time. The debt shown is in Euros. As I write this post, Greek debt is …

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Beware of worm-virus on Twitter

A malicious fast-moving worm threatens Twitter users, warn software security experts. The threat comes through various links appearing allegedly to be sent by Twitter users. However these links redirect the victims to sites that urge the users to download a fake anti-virus program “Security Shield rogue AV”. I have copy …

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Hm… Technical problems today

There are some minor technical problems today, kind of heaving lagging. Posting is a drag … therefore I give up effort to post for the time being. See you … later? Keep Talking, Greece!

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Beware of viruses and scams on Facebook

Facebook seems to fall often victim of malicious viruses that can infect your computer and scammers that can affect your wallets. So, read carefully and be suspicious of unusual  messages that seem to have been sent apparently by your friends. The latest virus apparenty making the rounds in Facebook is a message …

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OMG! My snowmen melted…

The snowmen, who were dancing Zeibekiko all through the Festive Days on the roof of my website, melted…. I can officially announce the end of the Holiday Season 2010-2011 🙁 It had started to rain a while ago… when I looked up to the roof the four snowmen weren’t there …

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WordPress Warning: Upgrade to 3.0.4 ASAP!

This morning I found an e-mail in my inbox sent by WordPress founding developer Matt Mullenweg. The e-mail titled ” WordPress 3.0.4. Critical Update” was urging me to upgrade my WordPress page  as soon as possible.   Suspicious about internet viruses I did some research and came to the conclusion that the warning …

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