Sony XCP Victims

I love innovation. In today’s modern world, innovation can be every bit as important as invention. HTTP has been around for over a decade. XML has been around for several years. Google Maps was an innovation based upon previous inventions. And now, folks are taking Google Maps to new heights.

The folks over at Frappr have combined Google Maps and social networking concepts into a unique little tool. They have created a tool whereby folks can identify themselves with others in a very visual way. Frappr allows people to put “push pins” in a Google Map. In this way, you can learn how geographically diverse a particular social group is. For example, the folks at Mozilla have created a group/map for Firefox users.

Given the recent joy that Sony has brought me (and many others), I thought I’d create a Frappr group/map for folks who have been infected by the Sony XCP rootkit/spyware. I’ve lovingly titled the group Sony XCP Victims). Right now, I’m the only pin on the map. If you’ve been affected by the Sony XCP rootkit, stick a pin in the map.




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