What's the IT or Paris Hilton ang... oh. Sorry.
Virus authors reportedly planted malicious code on Paris Hilton's website late last week. Following the attack, surfers visiting the ParisHilton.com site were prompted to install an "update" via a dialogue box. Whether they accepted this update or decided to "cancel" it, a download of a malicious executable was initiated, …
...in this case, the multi-talented Ms. Hilton is free of any responsibility for the attack. She may know less about computer security than I know about drunken orgies in European nightclubs, but there's no way she actually built and maintains her Web sites, no? Airhead or not, seems to me the person who's responsible here is whatever clod she's paying to do her Web site.
The T-Mobile and Facebook thing I can see; presumably she chose her own passwords, after all. But unless someone's going to say that she designed and coded the Web site herself--a prospect I find unlikely--this one ain't her fault.
Paris™® has warned that her "Hotness™®" will fall sharply below previous estimates due to collapsing demand from her users and sex-tape makers in the global recession.
In a December conference call with people who care, Paris™® projected a "Hotness™®" decline of about 32.1 per cent during Q1 of '09.
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