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''Euthanize the Internet!'' MP3 CD
Click to see merchandise! Vmyths has released an MP3 CD with all our audio columns from 2001-2002. That's nine hours of audio, plus bonus video footage! Vmyths editor Rob Rosenberger is the voice on the MP3 CD. His use of comedy to debunk computer security hysteria is a refreshing contrast to all the cries of alarm out there. "You can always find an agent provacateur in computer security," columnist John C. Dvorak says. "Rob Rosenberger is much better. He's a comic provocateur." Mary Landesman of About.com calls him "the Dennis Miller of cybersecurity," and Red Herring magazine describes him as "one of the most visible and cursed critics in computer security." Show everyone you've got a clue. Click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!
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''JPEG Hazard'' merchandise
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JPEGs are a hazard and we've got the warning symbol to prove it. All of our shirts say "dismantle the Internet for national security reasons" on the back, of course. Show everyone you've got a clue -- click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''Osama bin Virus!'' comedy CD
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Vmyths has released an audio CD that debunks Al Qaeda's supposed quest to release computer viruses as a terrorist weapon. This comedy album takes on Senator Charles Schumer, White House flunky Richard Clarke, Homeland Secretary Tom Ridge, and others who fear Osama bin Laden will attack the U.S. with computer viruses. Journalists, activists, and anyone interested in cyber-terrorism will find this audio CD a valuable addition to their knowledgebase.

Vmyths editor Rob Rosenberger is the voice on the audio CD. His use of comedy to debunk "cyber-terrorism" is a refreshing contrast to Washington's cries of alarm. Mary Landesman of About.com calls him "the Dennis Miller of cybersecurity," and Red Herring magazine describes him as "one of the most visible and cursed critics in computer security." Show everyone you've got a clue. Click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''Debunking Richard Clarke'' audio CD
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Vmyths has released an audio CD that debunks Richard Clarke, the former White House cyberspace security advisor whose congressional testimony made headlines in March 2004. It offers a revealing look at a man who believed Osama bin Laden would attack the U.S. with computer viruses in the years leading up to the 9/11/01 attacks. Journalists, activists, and anyone interested in Richard Clarke will find this audio CD a valuable addition to their knowledgebase.

Vmyths editor Rob Rosenberger is the voice on the audio CD. He has been a longtime critic of Richard Clarke, and his use of humor to debunk the man's "cyber-terror fetish" is a refreshing contrast to Clarke's own audiobook for "Against All Enemies."

Mary Landesman of About.com calls Rob Rosenberger "the Dennis Miller of cybersecurity," and Red Herring magazine describes him as "one of the most visible and cursed critics in computer security." Show everyone you've got a clue. Click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''Some virus experts protect more than just your computer'' merchandise
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"Operation Internet Freedom"
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Vmyths editor Rob Rosenberger made headlines in his hometown during the war on terrorism. We received permission to put those newspaper stories and his personal photos on a line of merchandise. Click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''Dismantle the Internet for national security reasons'' merchandise
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"I'm serious -- we should dismantle the Internet for national security reasons." Makes a great gag gift for anyone who thinks Osama bin Laden can destroy America with a 56k modem. All of our shirts say "if airport security worked like antivirus security..." on the back. Show everyone you've got a clue. Click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''How many more programs will gullible users delete from their hard disks...'' merchandise
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Did a clueless user get duped into deleting SULFNBK.EXE or JDBGMGR.EXE? Tell 'em about it with Vmyths merchandise! "How many more programs will gullible users delete from their hard disks ... before they finally self-damage their own PCs?" Show everyone you've got a clue -- click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''You're an addict!'' bumper sticker
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"Antivirus updates," the top line blares. "You're addicted and you don't know it. You crave it like a drug. You feel euphoric after you inject it into your system. The high wears off and you need another fix..." Get this bumper sticker and show everyone you've got a clue. Click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''If airport security worked like antivirus security...'' merchandise
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"If airport security worked like antivirus security ... terrorists would rule the skies." You can't say it any more clearly, folks. All of our shirts say "dismantle the Internet for national security reasons" on the back, of course. Show everyone you've got a clue -- click on the link below to visit our CafePress store!

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''Psalm 23 (revised)'' merchandise
Click to see merchandise! Reporters describe antivirus software as our lord & savior, so we revised Psalm 23 with this in mind:
The Antivirus Industry is my shepherd, I shall not want (except for Their relentless daily updates). They make me to lie down in RGB pastures, They lead beside quiet websites, They restore my hard disk, They guide me in the path of righteousness for the Internet's sake. Even though I surf through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for Their antivirus software is with me; Their updates and Their staff, they comfort me. They protect my PDA in the presence of my cyber-enemies. They anoint my head with security patches; my email overflows with virus alerts. Surely updates and patches will follow me all the days of my life, and I will pay the house of the Antivirus Industry forever...
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