Previously undetected malware directed at users of the desktop version of the messaging app Telegram has been discovered by the Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab, Kaspersky said on Tuesday.
The malicious software has been used to target Russian users since March 2017, Kaspersky said in a statement. It was designed to trick users of Telegram’s desktop computer software into enlisting their machines to mine cryptocurrencies like Monero and Zcash.
Despite being one of the first handsets on the market with an edge-to-edge display, the Essential Phone, pioneered by former Android chief Andy Rubin, failed to compete with the likes of Apple’s iPhone X in any meaningful way, with one new estimate suggesting just 88,000 units were shipped last year.
‘Films to Break Projectors’ glues, scrapes and splices 35mm, 16mm and 8mm film to create unprojectable celluloid collages. Reanimating the material reveals the colour music within and traces of ambiguous narratives that emerge from the complex loops.
image – iloobia
sound – iloobia / dissolving path
cinema iloobia 2016
Encounters 2017 BEST OF BRITISH ANIMATION AWARD
BUSHO Award 2017 BEST EXPERIMENTAL
BUSHO Student Jury Prize BEST EXPERIMENTAL
Flatpack Festival – Birmingham, UK – April 2017
BUSHO Festival – Budapest, Hungary – Sept 2017
Encounters Film Festival – Bristol, UK – Sept 2017
BFI London Film Festival – UK – Oct 2017
Edinburgh Short Film Festival – UK – Nov 2017
Cinecity – Brighton, UK – Nov 2017
Euroshorts Festival – Poland – Nov 2017
Analogica 7 – Bolzano / Merano, Italy – Nov 2017
FIVA 07 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Dec 2017
London Experimental Film Festival – UK – Dec 2017
Manipulate Visual Theatre Festival – Edinburgh – Jan 2018
London Short Film Festival – UK – Jan 2018
11th British Shorts Film Festival – Berlin – Jan 2018
Analogica Selection 7 Tour – San Francisco – Jan – 2018
Vancouver Island Short Film Fest – Canada – Feb 2018
Short Waves Festival – Poland – March 2018
Cardiff Animation Nights – Wales – March 2018
Approaching the process of making films in a literal sense, ‘Films to Break Projectors’ glues, scrapes and splices 35mm, 16mm, standard and super 8 film to create defective and unprojectable celluloid collages. These are hand edited and constructed from a combination of self shot footage, orphaned material and frames from a 35mm trailer of Get Shorty retrieved from an abandoned projection room.
After hand editing the film collages, each strip is scanned at very hi-resolution, frame by frame, and reassembled digitally, so that even though in a conventional sense they are defective and unprojectable as films, this process allows the celluloid to reanimate and reveal its potential motion through digital stop motion.
As there are multiple gauges combined in each strip, a single loop can be calibrated for 35mm, 16mm/8mm or super 8mm – each configuration giving a distinctly different dynamic to the moving images.
Considering each strip as visual or colour music is of primary consideration during the films hand editing and construction. Shifts in motion, contrast, colour, rhythm and the juxtaposition of action within the filmstrips alongside one another are all taken into account, akin to creating a musical score.
With the physical length of the strips allowing an inherent duration and rhythm to exist within them, (an aspect emphasised when they are looping), and with each one being a different length to one another, the tempo and nuance of the visual music is constantly shifting.
The project is inspired in part by visiting innumerable projection booths over the past few years at film festivals and cinemas across Europe, North America and the UK. Again and again I would witness an absent space where the 35mm projector once stood, where only traces of these virtually extinct machines remained.
LONDON — A British judge upheld an arrest warrant for Julian Assange for the second time in a week on Tuesday, a significant setback for him after five and a half years of evading the authorities by living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London.
Before a packed London courtroom, Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot rejected the arguments made by Mr. Assange’s lawyer, stating that he was not a prisoner, that his living conditions were nothing like those of a prison, and that he could have as many visitors as he liked.
Under avdelningen “vi är så desperata att vi är beredda att prova vad som helst” kommer vi nu till Huawei som bett medlemmar i ett slutet Facebook-forum att skriva falska recensioner för en ännu inte lanserad telefon.
Recensionerna skulle skrivas på Best Buys webbplats och belöningen skulle vara att du skulle få betatesta Mate 10 Pro. Mycket riktigt har det dykt upp över b100 mycket positiva recensioner får det jublas över Mate 10 Pro med omdömen som att det är årets telefon och en telefon som slår även Samsungs modeller.
fotnot: Jag sitter som bäst och petar ihop en recension och ett betyg för iPhone 15. Kommer snart på en säljsida nära dig. Den är det bästa som hänt mänskligheten sedan skivad formfranska.