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Another iPhone worm similar to the "Rickrolling" malware has been found targeting users in the Netherlands.
Pete Waterman, the man who co-authored "Never Gonna Give You Up," says the song's music video was viewed 150 million times but he made $16.
iPhones that have been "jailbroken" are potentially vulnerable to a worm that replaces the device's default wallpaper with, yes, a photo of pop singer Rick Astley.
The company included a link to a YouTube video in a mention of embedded URLs that directed people to the infamous Rick Astley clip.
Antivirus and security developer Intego released information on another worm that has been built to steal information from jailbroken iPhone users.
Held in dive bars across the world, the #kittencamp meme battles promote crazy cats, lolz, and other highlights of meme culture.
Sometime recently, the Google-owned site pulled one of its most popular music videos over a copyright violation. Why now, when Rickrolling has been annoying us for years already?
A new iPhone worm is impacting jailbroken iPhones and iPod Touch devices. The threat, unlike the previous one, is extremely serious.
Today on the podcast: Google buys ad tech company, CPU sales bounce back, the iPhone gets Rickrolled, and we talk with CNET's Stephen Shankland about Firefox' fifth birthday.
Getting "Rickrolled" may no longer be in vogue, but it still happens. Now you can defend yourself with a simple browser extension.