Jonathan Zdziarski, a forensic scientist and researcher who has worked extensively with law enforcement and intelligence agencies, has spent quite a bit of time looking at the capabilities and services available in iOS for data acquisition and found that some of the services have no real reason to be on these devices and that several have the ability to bypass the iOS backup encryption. One of the services in iOS, called mobile file_relay, can be accessed remotely or through a USB connection can be used to bypass the backup encryption. If the device has not been rebooted since the last time the user entered the PIN, all of the data encrypted via data protection can be accessed, whether by an attacker or law enforcement, Zdziarski said. Update: 07/21 22:15 GMT by U L : Slides.
...which global junk-food corporation would be the first to recover and begin/resume provision of nutritionally-poor yet perhaps slightly more appealing than usual junk 'food', given the post-apocalyptic circumstances.
I'm guessing double zombie-burgers would be made of some kinda of artificial substance with zombie flavouring...
...demands a payment in Bitcoins".
Seriously? way to reduce your pool of potential customers to those who know how to make a payment in BitCoin.
Is this is an ad for BitCoin?
Too bad you didn't have a sufficiently compelling retort.
At present they're pretending it's just meta-data so no-can-do.
Is there a question at all? If you have a presence here, you are subject to our laws.
Our laws are made by politicans.
Our politicians are available for hire
Therefore, if you have a prescence here, you are subject to the will of a miniscule minority.
Somehow this headline smacks of "yellow" journalism. We always need to remind the west how shifty the majority population behaves.
Stop being so judgmental - it's not easy to replace the Russians overnight. Get with the program, commie/traitor...
Hamilton said that he first raised the issue of the utility’s online reputation when he was interviewing for the chief of staff job in early 2013.
Scientists have found a way to combine an industrial blender with test subjects; simply pop in the suspect, pulse intermittently for five minutes then place a sample of the fluid in a mass spectrometer to detect explosive residue.
Just to be safe, all goods should be confiscated as passengers board the plane.
Uber announced in a blog post on Monday it would cut the prices of its UberX service in New York City by 20% — but it's only for a limited time
A limited time X; where X is infinitesimally greater than the time it takes to establish a critical mass which will lead to a monopoly? Just wondering
Is this the "think of the children" glass-killer ?