Hacker Charged for Crashing Businesses Using Millions of Mirai botnet

Hacker Charged for Crashing Businesses Using Millions of Mirai botnet

Hacker Charged for Crashing Businesses Using Millions of Mirai botnet

Daniel ‘BestBuy’ Kaye Extradited to the UK— Hacker Charged for Crashing Cyber Infrastructure of British and German Organizations using Millions of Mirai botnets.Daniel Kaye who used nicknames “BestBuy and Popopret” was accused of carrying out a series of cyber-attacks against high-profile banks in the UK including Lloyds, Bank of Scotland and Barclays using the mighty Mirai botnet.The attacks lasted for two days and occurred in January 2017. Due to the attacks launched by Kaye, banking systems of Lloyds and Barclay’s groups got disrupted causing trouble for a large number of customers. Earlier this year, Kaye was captured from London airport and sent to Germany where he faced trial for his crimes. Now, the British and Israeli citizen Kaye has been extradited to the UK from Germany.

Källa: Hacker Charged for Crashing Businesses Using Millions of Mirai botnet

Apple's 'iPhone 8' may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

Apple's 'iPhone 8' may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

To get around the absence of a physical home button, the “iPhone 8” may let people trigger Siri by holding down the sleep/wake button when they’re not using “Hey Siri.”The option was allegedly uncovered in source code by Brazilian iOS developer Guilherme Rambo. He didn’t say immediately identify which code, but Rambo was previously responsible for uncovering secrets from leaked Apple HomePod firmware, including the “iPhone 8’s” apparent “SmartCam” feature.Without a home button, Apple is reportedly having to make major interface adjustments for the “iPhone 8,” implementing new gestures and a “software bar,” as well as replacing Touch ID with 3D facial recognition. The company could conceivably put Siri in the software bar, but there have been no rumors to that effect yet.Apple will finally reveal the phone at a Sept. 12 press event. The company is also expected to show off the “iPhone 7s” and “7s Plus,”, an LTE-equipped Apple Watch, and a new Apple TV with 4K and HDR support.

Källa: Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

Apple's 'iPhone 8' may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

To get around the absence of a physical home button, the “iPhone 8” may let people trigger Siri by holding down the sleep/wake button when they’re not using “Hey Siri.”The option was allegedly uncovered in source code by Brazilian iOS developer Guilherme Rambo. He didn’t say immediately identify which code, but Rambo was previously responsible for uncovering secrets from leaked Apple HomePod firmware, including the “iPhone 8’s” apparent “SmartCam” feature.Without a home button, Apple is reportedly having to make major interface adjustments for the “iPhone 8,” implementing new gestures and a “software bar,” as well as replacing Touch ID with 3D facial recognition. The company could conceivably put Siri in the software bar, but there have been no rumors to that effect yet.Apple will finally reveal the phone at a Sept. 12 press event. The company is also expected to show off the “iPhone 7s” and “7s Plus,”, an LTE-equipped Apple Watch, and a new Apple TV with 4K and HDR support.

Källa: Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ may allow triggering Siri by holding sleep/wake button

A Bug Is Making It Easy to Reply to Accounts That Have Blocked You on Twitter – Motherboard

A Bug Is Making It Easy to Reply to Accounts That Have Blocked You on Twitter - Motherboard

A Bug Is Making It Easy to Reply to Accounts That Have Blocked You on Twitter – Motherboard

 

Since he was a candidate, President Trump has blocked people on Twitter he doesn’t agree with. Late last month, for example, he blocked the Party of Reason and Progress (PORP), a nonprofit committed to “adequately informing the American public regarding modern political issues and policies.”

Yet, the organization continues to reply to the president, and is receiving more engagement on its tweets than ever.But how? It turns out a bug in the Twitter mobile app allows users to engage with people who have blocked them easily.

Källa: A Bug Is Making It Easy to Reply to Accounts That Have Blocked You on Twitter – Motherboard

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