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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Saying Goodbye To Internet Explorer From Pakistani Users

Saying Goodbye To Internet Explorer From Pakistani Users
Saying Goodbye To Internet Explorer From Pakistani Users


Rumors seems to be confirmed. The recently formalized, Huawei P9 and P9 Plus should soon be joined by Max and Lite versions. The Chinese manufacturer will be able to offer users a wide choice of more or less high-end smartphones, enough to compete effectively with Apple and Samsung in the West. The version "Max" appears in the GFXBench benchmark database and indiscretions are many. including one discovers that would have a huge Full HD display of 6.9 inches or 319 dpi. A XXL size that the closer to the tablet that the smartphone. Technically, it would have a Kirin 950 processor supported by a GPU Mali-T880, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The picture would not be neglected with a 15 megapixel camera on the back and 7-megapixel front. Finally, it would work on Android 6.0 and Marshmallow is even equipped with a pedometer ... must still find a large enough pocket to slip in. No information about the price or release date.

The Lite is as the name suggests a more compact version that comes walking on the beds of the iPhone 5SE and Xperia Z5 Compact. The latter appeared on a Polish online sales site and costs about 270 €, information relayed by GSMArena. It should have a screen of 5.2 inch Full HD, a Kirin 650 processor clocked at 2GHz, a front camera and 8-megapixel back 13 megapixels and 16 GB of internal storage. There is no date of marketing, however this should not take too long. The company Trend Micro, specializing in the development of computer security software, strongly recommends uninstalling QuickTime from your Windows machine. Information corroborated by the very serious US security agency US-CERT.

The cause of such a decision would be unequivocal discovery by Steven Seeley Source Incite two critical flaws that will never be fixed. Apple no longer supports the Windows version of QuickTime, so there will be no more updates for secure software (Mac OS users are not affected). Uninstallation is therefore required, the source is at least clear: "the only solution is to uninstall QuickTime for Windows." The discovered vulnerabilities allow remote attack your PC and execute commands via a trapped file or Web page. For the few people who still use QuickTime on Windows we can only advise you to find equivalent software. VLC media player is a perfect candidate, is monitored and it supports many video formats.

The Galaxy Note could finally make a comeback in Europe, and therefore in France. After some early rumors, that a new index for marketing on the old continent. SamMobile spotted on Weibo a listing of different versions of the Samsung "Grace", supposedly codenamed Galaxy Note 6. You can see at the bottom of the list the mention of a "Grace EUR OPEN", which leaves little doubt as to the place of marketing terminal. One imagines that the "OPEN" is the naked version, which will not be sold through an operator since the other listed devices clear names such as Verizon or AT & T for the USA for example.

Remember that the terminal has already been some rumors before. They want to include the next pen phablet features a 5.8 inch screen, qHD probably a Snapdragon processor 823 and 6GB of RAM. Feature, it could also be equipped with an iris scan, in line with that found on the Lumia 950/950 XL. The device should be announced later this summer. Definitely more a day passes without a new fault (which can be considered critical) is discovered. Fortunately update iOS 9.3.1 deployed in recent days to correct this vulnerability. The bug of the date 1 January 1970 is certainly not unknown to you. This unusual breach which made inoperative any iOS device from the iPad Air / iPhone 5S is back. If it does not pose a far greater risk, since the need to physically access the device and change the date to put down, the problem appears now much more important.

Two scientists / hackers were able to exploit this bug but this time at a distance; the device locks on the lock screen and remains fixed on the Apple reboot. Best of all, it heats up to reach 54 degrees and absolutely no longer works. To do this, they first created a WiFi network "contaminated". They then use the NTP requests (Network Time Protocol) to regularly update the time and date on the iPad and iPhone at January 1, 1970. As the researchers note in their video posted on YouTube and reproduced below, the process renders inoperative the automatic shutdown of the device in case of overheating. At 54 ° C, the battery can burn or even burn. One can easily imagine the danger that represents. We can not say it enough, update your devices.

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