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Iris (Korean: 아이리스; RR: Airiseu) is a 2009 South Korean espionage television drama series, starring Lee Byung-hun, Kim Tae-hee, Jung Joon-ho, Kim Seung-woo, Kim So-yeon and Choi Seung-hyun. The plot revolves around two best friends from the 707th Special Mission Group recruited into a secret South Korean black ops agency known as the National Security Service. As the two friends find their loyalties tested and forge new, unlikely alliances, the journey takes them from their home country to Hungary, Japan, and China where they find themselves at the center of an international conspiracy. It aired on KBS2 from October 14 to December 17, 2009, on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
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IRIS: The Movie is a feature-length edit of the 20-episode TV series for cinemas. While not featuring a differing story, additional scenes were shot that expanded upon the original storyline, including an all-new extended ending. The film first saw its premiere at the 34th Hong Kong International Film Festival and was later screened for potential international buyers at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival with a runtime of 123 minutes. The movie was released via content distribution company Cine21 in Korea on November 22, 2010, and was announced to be launching on IPTV, cable networks, and 100 online websites. The title's distributors include Kadokawa Pictures in Japan, I-cable Entertainment in Hong Kong, and Clover Films in Singapore.
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____________________________________________________________War Driving is being called the next big thing in hacking. It's drivingaround looking for unsecured 802.11 wireless networks. Even installationsusing Wired Equivalent Protocol (WEP) for security may be vulnerable if,for instance, they have the encryption key set to one of several well-knowndefault values. The name of the activity is derived from the movie "WarGames". www.theregister.co.uk/content/8/17976.html____________________According to the March 19th Newsweek, one of the secretsRobert Hanssen told theRussians was that the U.S. tunnel under the Soviet embassy in Washingtonwas used so that "laser beams could pick up vibrations from thekeystrokes of Soviet ciphering machines --helping to decode their signals."____________________VBS Worm Generator, the kit used to create the Anna Kournikova worm, has a new V2www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,42375,00.html.The creator says that any harm done with wormscreated using his kit is not his responsibility.The documentation (which is said to be very good) says that testingwith Norton anti-viral 2001, Kaspersky Anti-Virus (AVP), McAfee andF-Secure's "Fprot" indicates theywill not detect new worms created with thiskit.____________________Office XP will have a new anti-piracy feature that willrequire an activation key andkeep any instance from running on more than one PC. However,someone has stolen a corporate version that doesn't require an activationkey, and posted it as warez.www.wired.com/news/business/0,1367,42402,00.html___________________A report on web bugs www.securityspace.com/s_survey/data/man.200102/webbug.html has some data on who has themost web pages bugged, and who generates the most bugged traffic.____________________Here's a great NT error message. We should have acontest to guess what it actually meanssupport.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q155/0/12.asp1381L ERROR_TOO_MANY_SECRETSThe maximum number of secrets that can be stored in a single system wasexceeded. The length and number of secrets is limited tosatisfy the UnitedStates State Department export restrictions.____________________There's another object lesson on why not to release documents in Wordformat. 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Any code signed by these certificateswill appear to be legitimately signed by Microsoft.Users who try to run code signed with these certificates will generally bepresented with a warning dialog, but of course who wouldn't trust acertificate that was validly issued from VeriSign, and claimed to be forMicrosoft? The certificates are on a Certificate Revocation List (CRL)now, but I gather the code that checks the signatures for ActiveXcontrols, Office Macros, and so on, doesn't do any CRL processing. Microsoft addsthat since the certificates don't have a CRL Distribution Point (DP),it's not possible to find and use the CRL. Rumor has it that the folks got the certificates byknowing the credit card information that Microsoft used to legitimately purchasecertificates in the past. This would make sense, because even though Iactually work for Iris Associates, Verisign shouldn't go issuing mecertificates that claim I speak for Iris Associates on that basis alone. 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Chinese portals such as Sina.com andSohu.com give hacking instructions and possible targets, and encouragecitizens to vandalize American sites in retaliation for the death of theChinese pilot. Users who tried to access a site for artists in Marin County,Calif., were greeted yesterday by a Chinese flag and an audio recording oftheir national anthem. Pa.-based Intelligent Direct's site's home pagewas also replaced by a flag, as well as the message "China have bomb,too," and some "profane comments about someone's mother." Manyof the computer attacks were signed by the Hackers Union of China, who callsitself a "network securityorganization." Last year, after the president ofTaiwan expressed the desire to speak with Chinese officials on a"state-to-state" level, Chineseresidents launched more than 100,000 attacks onTaiwanese sites. Chinese hackers differ from most others because they aregenerally motivated by politics, and not the desire for monetary profit. 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