CyberDefender raffles off 'Aqua Teen' LED

At this week's RSA Conference in San Francisco, the software company CyberDefender is giving away one of the infamous signs of Ignignokt that sent Bostonians into a panic.

Last Wednesday, the execs in charge of the latest Aqua Teen Hunger Force marketing campaign got a bit more publicity than they expected when the city of Boston called in bomb squads and shut down bridges after police mistakenly took the LED advertisements to be hazardous materials.

Six days and one $2 million fine for parent company Turner Broadcasting later, the Web is still captivated by the Mooninites who nearly shut down the city of Boston.

At this week's RSA Conference in San Francisco, the software company CyberDefender is giving away one of the infamous signs of Ignignokt (Err is pictured at right) that sent Bostonians into a panic. To enter the free raffle, visit booth number 650 at the RSA Conference in San Francisco's Moscone Center. Contestants must be present at 2 p.m. PT on Thursday, February 8 to win.

Take your chance and enter if you must, but beware the Quad Laser!

[Source: AppScout]

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