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Bizarre circling vultures
Vmyths editor Rob Rosenberger watches as the most bizarre vulture in computer security swoops in ... to feast on the carrion of the World Trade Center. "Mad scientist Larry Wood revived his idea of a 'strategic interdiction unit': a team of heavily armed ex-Marines who can inject a computer virus into any PC anywhere on the planet. The late Sergeant Chase R. Hamilton once again leads the firm's cyber-banditos. Wood apparently hopes the CIA will hire his team to infect Osama bin Laden's laptop computer..."
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Mumblings of monkey-men mock moderation
The gullibility about Blitzkrieg has reached India's mainstream press, according to Vmyths.com editor-at-large George C. Smith. "The Hindustan Times also claimed the National Security Agency had developed a 'virus called Blitzkrieg ... based on research in quantum electrodynamics and chaos theory, which can destroy networks of entire nations ... the equivalent of the deadly human Ebola virus'..."
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The return of Blitzkrieg, part 2
Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger writes an open letter to an anonymous caller who claims he placed human lives in jeopardy -- just by divulging a common domain registration record...
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The return of Blitzkrieg!
Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger hails the return of FutureVision Group and the Blitzkrieg server computer virus ... this time with an all-new "patent pending encrypted agile channel hoping [sic] digital spread spectrum over IP burst communication tunneling protocol"...
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Blitzkrieg investigative report
Considered dead & buried for two years, FutureVision Group suddenly roars back to life, once again offering to sell the Blitzkrieg server computer virus -- this time for $4,850 MSRP. Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger produced an exposé on the bizarre company and its equally bizarre product (assuming it even exists)...
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Geographic mea culpa
A year after the disappearance of the mysterious (and never seen) Blitzkrieg server computer virus -- and after the disappearance of FutureVision Group -- Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger pegs PBS pundit Robert X. Cringely for mentioning Blitzkrieg as a 'super virus'...
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Blitzkrieg server computer virus, part 6
Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger repeats his question -- how did FutureVision Group obtain permission to display military firearms in a menacing fashion at a computer virus demo held not too far from the White House?
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Blitzkrieg server computer virus, part 5
Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger interviews the editor of the Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association member magazine. Their publication alone continues to associate itself with FutureVision Group. (All other publications backed away from the story.) FutureVision's website remains mysteriously dismantled ... but how did the company obtain permission to display military firearms in a menacing fashion at a technology trade show held not too far from the White House?
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Blitzkrieg server computer virus, part 4
Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger exposes FutureVision Group's bizarre statements, unverifiable claims, outrageous guarantees ... and a team of heavily armed ex-Marines who actually seem to work for the company's computer virus division.
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Blitzkrieg server computer virus, part 3
Vmyths.com editor Rob Rosenberger notices a prominent Los Angeles Times copyright notice on a Blitzkrieg press release. Did someone at FutureVision Group unethically credit the paper to make it look like a news story?
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