Saturday, November 12, 2011

Jolie, Pitt and children visit Con Dao Island | Look At Vietnam - Vietnam news daily update

Jolie, Pitt and children visit Con Dao Island

November 12, 2011 about Uncategorized

Around 12 hours after landing in Tan Son Nhat Airport in Ho Chi Minh City, film star couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt and their six children took a flight to Con Dao Island today afternoon to spend their holidays in five-star Six Senses Resort.
At 3:45pm today, the eight-member family together with an entourage of over ten people set foot on Con Son Airport in Con Dao — 230km southeast of Ho Chi Minh City after a 30-minute flight with Air Mekong.
Being well protected by bodyguards and security staffs of the airport, they were escorted to get on a vehicle and drive to the Six Senses Resort, just 10km from the airport.
Bui Van Binh, chairman of the Con Dao District’s People’s Committee, told Tuoi Tre he has received no official information regarding the visit of the film stars nor their activities on the island.
They just come to spend their holidays as well as other guests at the resort, Binh commented.
In 2006, Brangelina had made a surprise visit to Vietnam and adopted an orphan a year later and named him Pax Thien. Their six children include biological twins Know Leon Jolie-Pitt and Vivienne Jolie-Pitt (born in 2008) and Shiloh (born in 2006) together with three adopted children Maddox (adopted in 2002), Zahara (adopted in 2005), and Pax.
Source: Tuoitre

Thursday, November 10, 2011

More than 300 Vietnamese websites hacked in October | Look At Vietnam - Vietnam news daily update

More than 300 Vietnamese websites hacked in October

November 11, 2011 about Uncategorized

LookAtVietnam - At least 345
Vietnamese government and business websites were hacked during October,
according to recent statistics provided by the Ha Noi-based Bach Khoa Internet
Security Corporation (BKav)
Only nine cases
were conducted by domestic hackers, the rest came from abroad.
Also in
October, BKav said more than 3,500 new types of computer viruses appeared in Viet Nam,
infecting an estimated of 4.4 million computers, most notable was W32.Sality.PE.
Two popular websites,
and, recovered their domain names on Monday after
losing them to hackers at the end of last month.