Hackers gear up for month of MySpace bugs

Monday, 19 March 2007, 12:30 AM EST

hey won't divulge their real names, they call their project a "whiny, attention-seeking ploy," and they appear to take their fashion cues from Beastie Boys music videos.

But two hackers going by the names of Mondo Armando and Müstaschio promise to begin disclosing security vulnerabilities in MySpace, News Corp.'s popular social networking site, every day next month.

At Computerworld.

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