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Researchers Steal Cloud Computing Power Via Browsers
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12/1/2012 | 6:55:42 PM
re: Researchers Steal Cloud Computing Power Via Browsers
Cloud computing is done for free and successfully through the BOINC network for years now. People willingly donate idle processing time. I don't see why researches even have to 'steal' could computing power.


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