Giznotes

Apparently it isn't cool enough just to climb Mount Everest anymore. Once Rob Bader reaches the summit, he will attempt the world's highest cellphone call.

The month of MySpace vulnerabilities kicked off yesterday on April Fools'. As usual they will be showing off a bug a day, this time dealing with the social networking site. Hopefully the group will find something a little more interesting than yesterday's Web-address spoofing.

Microsoft is pumping out a fix for the .ANI bug that recently has been exploited. Most of the attacks involve code that steals your passwords.

And finally Homeland Security wants to control not only your physical life, but your digital one as well. The overreaching department is requesting the "master key" to the DNS root zone, thereby allowing them to spy on the entire Internet.