Friday, 26 September 2014

Iphone6? Guardian photo guide to avoid bending yours!



The Guardian - Some jeans are just too tight for Apple’s new larger iPhones, but even if you can squeeze it in a pocket, don’t try sitting down or it might get bent... Fortunately the Guardian provides a helpful photo guide for those worried about bending their like Beckham.

http://www.theguardian.com/technology/gallery/2014/sep/24/iphone-6-plus-bending-in-pictures?CMP=ema_827

The demo.... over 30 million views!

iPhone 6 Plus Bend Test


Inside Apple's Test Labs


Next stop, how to fix the iOS8 update...

Shellshock - the Bash vulnerability even bigger issue than Heartbleed?


The vulnerability reported in the GNU Bourne Again Shell (Bash) yesterday, dubbed "Shellshock," may already have been exploited in the wild to take over Web servers as part of a botnet. More security experts are now weighing in on the severity of the bug, expressing fears that it could be used for an Internet "worm" to exploit large numbers of public Web servers. And the initial fix for the issue still left Bash vulnerable to attack, according to a new US CERT National Vulnerability Database entry. A second vulnerability in Bash allows for an attacker to overwrite files on the targeted system


Dummies guide to BASH bug