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Computer users are being urged to be on guard for a bogus e-mail that pretends to offer news updates about Hurricane Katrina as a means to infect their PCs. The malicious e-mail gives a brief...
Over 80% of New Orleans is submerged and water has reached 12 feet in some places. Mayor Ray Nagin has proclaimed hundreds, if not thousands, of people may still be stuck on roofs and in...