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Wood-eating gribble helps to produce biofuel

Tiny marine wood-borers called 'gribbles' contain an enzyme which could be used to turn paper, scrap wood and straw into a liquid biofuel.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Live 13 cm parasitic worm removed from man's eye

Mumbai - Doctors were shocked when they discovered the cause of the persistent eye pain suffered by an elderly Indian man was a live 13 cm long intestinal worm.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 2 comments

Ramnit worm infects Facebook, steals login credentials

Security experts recently discovered a worm has been circulating through Facebook. During examination, the researchers discovered the login credentials of over 45,000 Facebook users had been compromised.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 3 comments

'Cybernition' Stuxnet virus may target industrial sabotage on US

Stuxnet, the world's first ever worm-virus that is strong and clever enough to alter the functioning of machinery, particularly at nuclear uranium enrichment plants, could possibly be manipulated to cause catastrophic damage to any industrialized nation.
In the Media by Vincent Sobotka - 10 comments

Stuxnet-like viruses to be released more broadly in 2011

Known to successfully slow down the Iranian nuclear program, the Stuxnet cyber worm is now expected to spawn variations that are predicted to disrupt non-traditional IT targets, from power grids to electronic voting stations.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 1 comment

Worm behind man’s eye for nine months has finally been removed

John Matthews from Bellevue, Iowa discovered the worm last December living in his eye after becoming concerned when he noticed two spots obscuring vision in his left eye.
In the Media by Nicole Karns - 4 comments

Wormless at the festival

Competitors used a variety of techniques, but none of them were able to lure a worm from the ground during the Woodhall Worm Charming Festival in Lincolnshire.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 4 comments

Parasitic worm swallowing diet putting lives in danger

One of the latest diet crazes in Hong Kong, the practice of eating the giant intestinal Ascaris worms has become so popular that the nation's Department of Health decided to make a public statement in opposition to it.
In the Media by Betty Kowall - 3 comments

Another iPhone worm exposed

A new iPhone worm has been exposed, and unlike the last reported worm which just changed a jailbroken iPhone's wallpaper to a picture of Rick Astley of "Rickrolling" frame, this one is serious: it allows hackers to steal sensitive information.
In the Media by Tylor Sweeney - 2 comments

Wordpress Worm Attacks Unpatched Blogs

Wordpress is arguably the most popular blogging software in existence, but does its enormous market share make it a more attractive target for hackers? The latest worm to hit the Wordpress platform highlights the importance of keeping up to date.
In the Media by Chris Rowson
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