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 Massive NT outage due to registry corruption.
 ACM Committee on Computers and Public Policy: Forum on Risks to the  Public in Computers and Related Systems, 19(60), February 1998.
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 U.S. Coast Guard beefs up security after hack.
 CNN/Computerworld, July 22, 1998.
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4. Sandra Gittlen and Jason Meserve.
 Bug slows impeachment e-mail to House members.
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 Freeware children: For the love of hacking.
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 Dues due for windows?
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 Hacker attacks target Windows NT computers.
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 Software glitches leave Navy smart ship dead in the water.
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 Treasure trove of scientific biography: Newton.
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 Closing the geek gap.
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