Monday, January 19, 2009

'Barack Obama Has Refused to Be a President'

Hope, change and computer viruses. You have to figure for all the bedazzled Obamatons, clicking on anything Messiah-related is just a reflex action at this point.

But you better beware.
With all the public interest in President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration, it was only a matter of time before someone exploited the attention for harm.

According to the computer protection firm Panda Security, someone has made copies of the president-elect's Web-site and outfitted them with a computer virus.

The hook? The sites are topped with a story entitled, "Barack Obama has refused to be a president."

Here's an excerpt from the sites, courtesy of Panda:

"Barack Obama's inauguration that was planned on 20th January 2009 is under the threat of failure. On the Eve of Inauguration Day President-elect Barack Obama made statement. He declared that he is definitely NOT ready for this position. Analysts say that Barack Obama has refused to be next president because he recognized inconsistency of his plan of stimulating USA economy...''
Surprise, it's traced to China. There's a stunner.
The attack appears to have originated from China as the domains were purchased from a Chinese domain registrar called XINNET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION. Xinnet has a history of abuse problems and we have contacted them to remove the domain names.
Maybe Obama will get a clue and lose the Blackberry.

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