Cyberspace - (Malware news): It's the end of email as we know it: today's launch of the Stuxnet-enhanced Farcebook comms tool sees 'a new hex't generation messaging system' go viral.
The malware mutant mimics the genuine Farcebook messaging upgrade, announced today by CEO Dan McFuckerberg.
Its components comprise a hybrid take of an old British Telecom electronic paging channel, semaphore, a new BT instant messaging system, SMS, Farcebook messages and email.
Stuxnet-derived encryption guarantees that cyberarseholes addicted to the social nitworking site 'will never know the difference'.
Billions of opportunities to then infect users' hardware, steal their passwords, empty their bank accounts 'and blame it all on the ex-wife/husband/lawyer' make it the number one choice of crooks and pranksters alike.
McFuckerberg isn't rattled by some of its reported snagging problems - such this month's near meltdown of the London Stock Exchange new trading software.
Quite the reverse.
"That little scam was worth $5 million to us in the first 30 seconds," he said today.
"We're eyeing the $77 billion EU bailout of the Irish economy next!"
David Cameron's i-Pad is oozing something horrid.