March 8, 2012

Anonymous' DNS Weapon

Sean Gallagher, Ars Technica


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When you're surrounded by more than 4,000 other companies at the world's biggest IT trade show, it's not easy forthe innovative startups to stand out. One solution? Let prospective customers walk through the walls.

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