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Attack of the Alien Hackers!

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Foolish scientists have put the Earth in great danger by letting millions of humans download and run the program SETI@home on their computers, experts say.

That's because space aliens may be studying all the computer-coded radio waves constantly broadcasting from Earth. Once the enemy space monsters have learned how our computers communicate, they'll be ready for a massive attack on our Internet.

SETI@home is a free download that quietly examines radio signals from outer space when you're not using the computer. It's a popular networked version of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence effort to identify alien radio signals. And because it runs on so many unattended computers that are all online, a crafty alien civilization could easily blast radio signals filled with an unstoppable alien virus or spyware that's almost impossible to get off your computer.

The entire Internet could grind to a halt, leaving the Earth ripe for a violent takeover by space monsters, scientists say.

Richard Carrigan - a particle physicist at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois - wrote a terrifying report on the threat for the scientific journal Acta Astronautica.

"The possibility of a malevolent SETI Hacker signal must be assessed and protective measures should be put in place prior to the receipt of any real signals," Dr. Carrigan told SC Magazine last week.

He says the SETI@home program needs alien-virus protection because many alien civilizations are evil.

Dr. Carrigan says that just as space probes and astronauts returning to Earth must first be decontaminated, raw signals from space aliens should be "cleaned" before being allowed to enter millions of home computers.

Concerns are growing that relations with extraterrestrial civilizations may not be friendly.

Just last week, the former defense chief of Canada demanded his nation make policies for dealing with possibly evil space monsters.

Paul Hellyer, former Minister of Defense and Deputy Prime Minister, first went public with his fears in September.

"UFOs are as real as the airplanes that fly over your head," Hellyer said. "I'm so concerned about what the consequences might be of starting an intergalactic war, that I just think I had to say something."


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