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New pharming vulnerabilities attacking your root server have been identified by researchers at Indiana University and Symantec.  PC Magazine, CNET News and others reported that the researchers found that it is possible to change the DNS settings of a router if the owner uses a connected PC to view a Web page with the JavaScript code.

Privacy groups responded to legislation introduced by Rep. Lamar Smith that would give the Attorney General broad powers to require ISPs to retain customer data, arguing that the language isn’t clear enough, reported Internet News.