Second Life Rocked by Denial-of-Service Attack Involving Anonymous Avatars, Open Source, Bouncing Breasts

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Second Life was rocked yesterday by an announcement that “Emerald”, an open source software client that can access Linden Lab’s 3D virtual world, had been de-listed from the company’s directory of approved, third-party viewers. This news came days after revelations that Emerald’s mysterious lead developer had used the software in a denial-of-service attack provoked unrest for many of the world’s one million active users.

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