With the dust now settling after “WannaCry”, the biggest ransomware attack in history, cybersecurity experts are taking a deep dive into how it was carried out, what can be done to protect computers from future breaches and, trickiest of all, who is really to blame.For many, it seems that last question has already been solved: It was North Korea.But beyond the frequently used shorthand that North Korea was likely behind the attack lies a more complicated and enlightening story: the rise of an infamous group of workaholic hackers, collectively known as “Lazarus,” who may be using secret lairs in northeast China and have created a virtual “malware factory” that could wreak a lot more havoc in the future.Big caveat here: Lazarus doesn’t reveal much about itself. What little is known about the group is speculative.
Nevertheless, extensive forensic research into its activities dating back almost a decade paints a fascinating, if chilling, picture of a hacker collective that is mercenary, tenacious and motivated by what appears to be a mixture of political and financial objectives.Their fingerprints are all over WannaCry.So who, then, are they?
SAN FRANCISCO As Apple prepares to show off new features for the iPhone and other devices at its developer conference on Monday, the company is grappling with an uncomfortable issue: Many of its existing features are already too complicated for many users to figure out.At last years conference, for example, Apples top software executive, Craig Federighi, demonstrated how users could order food, scribble doodles and send funny images known as stickers in chats on its Messages app. The idea was to make Messages, one of the most popular apps on the iPhone, into an all-purpose tool like Chinas WeChat.But the process of finding and installing other apps in Messages is so tricky that most users have no idea they can even do it, developers and analysts say.
A young, marine navigation student, suffers intense anxiety during his final exams, when an incident from his past return to both haunt and help him.
TIFF CANADA’S TOP TEN FILM FESTIVAL
LINDALEE TRACEY AWARD – HOT DOCS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
INSPIRATIONAL GRIOT AWARD – EMERGING LENS FILM FESTIVAL
Toronto International Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival, South Western Int’l Film Festival, Hamilton Film Festival, Kingston Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Julien Dubuque International Film Festival,
Norwegian Short Film Festival, Lower East Side Film Festival
Short of the Week – shortoftheweek.com/2017/06/02/mariner/
STARRING: Thomas Olajide, Alison Louder, Rod Wilson, Alli Chung
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY: Thyrone Tommy
PRODUCED BY: Alona Metzer
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: John Melluso, Jordana Aarons, Ron Suter
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Nick Haight
PRODUCTION DESIGN: Amy Doucette-Rivet
EDITOR: Christine Armstrong
MUSIC: Erica Procunier
COSTUME DESIGN: Amanda Lee Shaw
CASTING: Marjorie Lecker
VFX SUPERVISOR: Jeffrey Zablotny
Feelca Daylight är ett fotofilter sorger en lite varmare ton i dina bilder.
Gratis idag 22/12.
Feelca Daylight adds a little warmth to your life. Select between a 24 or 36 exposure film and then take a picture to gain the photo qualities of a film camera.
The app also delivers the full experience of using a film camera from shooting pictures to printing photos. Also, feelca adds more sense of the depths to your photos. Your films are organized and you can add short titles or captions to your polaroid-like photos for easy sharing with your friends.
‘Feelca D’ does not include complicated operations such as editing and post-correction. By tilting the Manual Focus Dial, capture the subject and space which differs according to light. You might lose focus or the photo might shake, but there is a beauty in themselves.
Like the past film cameras, taking careful look at the surroundings and taking each shots carefully would bring you the special experiences and sensational outcomes.
Its own DAYLIGHT film shows its great performance at the place outdoors or where light shines. Take a shot with the depth-bringing DAYLIGHT film and share it with simple memo. Lastly, the film administrating mode of Feelca helps you store the precious pictures.
Tap the Shutter button to take a photo ( Long press for timer )
Give the photo a title or leave a short comment
Share your memorable photos with a short message
Obtain superb results for outdoors or places where sunlight is available
When Crystal Marie Garcia decided to try the home-rental service Airbnb for the first time, she had a few questions.Ms. Garcia, who is from El Paso, was planning a May trip with her family to the Chicago area and wanted to know if the places she was considering could accommodate her needs as someone with muscular dystrophy. Unfortunately, she said, her questions appeared to scare off at least two potential hosts.She said she feels that if she had not mentioned her disability, they would have rented to me, no issue.Ms. Garcia is not alone in feeling that way. Other users have reported similar bias, and a new Rutgers University study based on more than 3,800 Airbnb lodging requests sent by the researchers suggests it may be common: Travelers with disabilities are more likely to be rejected and less likely to receive preapproval, or temporary clearance, for a potential stay, the authors found.