Second Life’s Grey Goo

Second Life’s Grey Goo
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Second Life has fallen foul of a couple of strange happenings. First copybot, now the Grey Goo worm! The BBC says: Virtual world Second Life had to close its doors...

Guy Brighton
  • 20 november 2006

Second Life has fallen foul of a couple of strange happenings. First copybot, now the Grey Goo worm! The BBC says:

Virtual world Second Life had to close its doors for a short time on Sunday after a worm attack called grey goo. The self-replicating worm planted spinning gold rings around the virtual world, which is inhabited by more than a million users.

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