Are you someone who usually ignores your i Phone when it tells you it has a software update?You might want to reconsider when it comes to i OS 9.3.5.Climate describes what the average of weather will be over a period of time.It will include not just the mean, but the variability and extremes, as these can have big impacts.That patch was released today to fix three exploitable security flaws which make it possible to remotely take over an i Phone.Apple was alerted to the problem by experts at the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab, who uncovered the flaws — which they dubbed the "Trident" exploit chain — in collaboration with security company Lookout. Earlier this month, a prominent human rights activist from the United Arab Emirates, Ahmed Mansoor, was sent a text message with a link purporting to contain secret information about detainees tortured in UAE jails.
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Had he clicked the link, this is what Citizen Lab says would have happened: Once infected, Mansoor's phone would have become a digital spy in his pocket, capable of employing his i Phone's camera and microphone to snoop on activity in the vicinity of the device, recording his Whats App and Viber calls, logging messages sent in mobile chat apps, and tracking his movements.
Luckily, instead of clicking the link, Mr Mansoor sent the text message to Citizen Lab for them to analyse — you can read their full findings on their website.
OS: Windows 7 Home premium, with Microsoft updates automatically applied. Prior to June 20, 2017, my Firefox browser would display the radar loop for any local forecast office, but this ceased to function when security update 54.0 was applied. (The national radar loop and the Alaska regional radar loop still do function.) The local radar loops can be displayed using Microsoft Internet Explorer [which I would prefer not using! Is there something a user of the Mozilla Firefox browser can do to make the radar loop display?
Or do we need to get the National Weather Service to change how they provide the radar loop images?