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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘zeus’

The Zeus 3-In-1 3D Printer Is Now On Kickstarter

Late last month, AIO Robotics announced a really ambitious 3D printer called the Zeus. It combined a 3D printer with a 3D scanner and a 3D design fax machine. They promised that the machine would go up on Kickstarter soon and they did not disappoint. AIO Robotics took to Kickstarter today in an attempt to raise $100,000 to fund the …

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Zeus May Just Be The New God Of 3D Printers

3D printers up until this point have all been able to do one thing – 3D printing. You would need a separate computer and some scanning hardware to turn physical objects into digital design files. Now one company wants to combine the two into a single machine to rule them all. AIO Robotics announced this week that it’s currently working …

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New Zeus Trojan Targets Facebook And Email

Viruses are pretty funny. You turn your back one moment and the next, they’re stealing your credit card out of your digital wallet. OK, that’s not really funny, but it would be if the virus was wearing a top hat and monocle. Disregarding parodies of Victorian England fashion, it gets pretty serious when a new one is found in the …

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Microsoft Subpoenaing Emails In ZeuS Botnet Case

Surely you’re aware of the ZeuS botnet case now in which a group of hackers from around the world are running a botnet ring that has infected thousands, if not millions, of computers. Microsoft has taken a proactive approach to finding the culprits by raiding the locations where these people were thought to be operating from. The Krebs on Security …

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Microsoft Releases Video of Scranton Botnet Raid [Video]

WebProNews’s Drew Bowling reported earlier about a raid conducted by Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit (DCU) on a botnet operation in Scranton, PA. Microsoft’s DCU, with a court order and aid from U.S. Marshals, raided command and control centers and seized servers and other equipment used to run botnets based on Zeus trojan malware. Late last night the DCU posted a …

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