Matthews smashes 117 to help WI women level ODI series

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23

West Indies women 292 for 5 (Matthews 117, Dottin 59, Kapp 4-55) beat South Africa women 177 (van Niekerk 77, Wovaardt 54, Dottin 4-36) by 115 runs

After a duck in the first ODI and the washed-out second ODI, Hayley Matthews fired in the third, smashing her maiden hundred to help West Indies level the three-match series 1-1 against South Africa. Matthews struck 17 fours in her 146-ball 117 as West Indies piled up 292 after opting to bat, following which the right-arm pace of Deandra Dottin claimed four wickets to skittle the visitors out for 177.

After losing her opening partner Kycia Knight in the third over, Matthews played the starring role in a 176-run second-wicket partnership with the captain Stafanie Taylor (46) to set the base for a high-scoring finish to their innings, after which Dottin came in at No. 4 to smash a rapid 44-ball 59 – including three sixes – to take West Indies close to the three-hundred run mark. South Africa’s Marizanne Kapp finished the innings with a four-wicket haul.

South Africa had a poor start to their chase, losing Lizelle Lee and Sune Luus inside the first five overs, but fighting half-centuries from Laura Wolvaardt (54) and the captain Dane van Niekerk (77) added 108 for the third wicket. After Wolvaardt was stumped off legspinner Afy Fletcher in the 30th over following her 82-ball stay, Dottin ran through the South Africa middle- and lower order.

South Africa lost their last six wickets for 25 runs, with the team being bowled out for 177 in the 43rd over. No batsman, apart from Wolvaardt and van Nierkerk, managed to reach double digits. Dottin’s 4 for 36 was her second-best ODI figures. After the win, West Indies moved to fourth on the ICC Women’s Championship points table while South Africa remained second-last in the eight-team competition.

U.S. Senate’s Grassley sets Saturday deadline for Kavanaugh accuser: New York Times

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23

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley set a Saturday afternoon deadline for a woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault to decide if and how she will testify, the New York Times reported.

The Committee had delayed a vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation after California professor Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations emerged last week, and her lawyers and committee staff were negotiating the conditions of her testimony.

Approval of Kavanaugh would cement conservative control of the Supreme Court and advance a White House effort to tilt the American judiciary farther to the right.

Grassley gave Ford’s attorneys until 2:30 p.m. EST to negotiate the terms of her testimony to the committee next week, the Times reported, citing an email he sent to her lawyers.

Earlier in the night, Grassley said on Twitter that he had granted an extension to Ford after a 10 p.m. (0200 GMT Saturday) deadline he set to reach a deal with Ford’s lawyers had passed.

“Judge Kavanaugh I just granted another extension to Dr. Ford to decide if she wants to proceed (with) the statement she made last week to testify to the Senate,” Grassley wrote on Twitter. “She should decide so we can move on. I want to hear her. I hope you understand. It’s not my normal approach to be indecisive.”

Grassley had said earlier that the panel would hold a vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation on Monday unless a deal was reached with Ford’s lawyers by Friday night’s deadline.

In an email to judiciary committee staff, Ford’s lawyer Debra Katz called the deadline “aggressive and artificial.”

“Your cavalier treatment of a sexual assault survivor who has been doing her best to cooperate with the Committee is completely inappropriate,” Katz added.

On Friday, President Donald Trump sought to cast doubt on Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in 1982 when both were high school students in Maryland.

Kavanaugh has denied the allegation and pledged to testify at Monday’s hearing.

The Republican-controlled Senate judiciary panel has struggled on how to proceed with Kavanaugh’s nomination. Democrats have demanded more time for scrutiny, and Republicans want to move ahead quickly with a confirmation vote in an increasingly volatile political climate ahead of congressional elections on Nov. 6.

DROPPING THE RESTRAINT

Trump and the White House had been careful not to malign Ford after her allegations surfaced, but Trump dropped the restraint in his tweets on Friday.

“I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents,” Trump said. “I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place!

“Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left wing politicians who don’t want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay,” Trump wrote.

Trump’s Friday tweets contrasted with comments earlier in the week when he said Ford should be heard, even if it meant a delay in the confirmation process.

Senator Susan Collins, a moderate Republican and potentially a key vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination, said at an event in Portland, Maine, that she was “appalled” by Trump’s tweet.

“We know allegations of sexual assault are one of the most unreported crimes that exist,” Collins said, according to the Portland Press Herald. “So I thought that the president’s tweet was completely inappropriate and wrong.”

If the hearing proceeds, Republicans will be forced to walk a careful line in questioning Ford’s account without alienating women voters ahead of the elections. Before the 2016 presidential election, more than a dozen women accused Trump of making unwanted advances.

“VILE ATTACK”

Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand called Friday’s comments a “vile attack.”

“The most powerful man in the world just used his position and platform to attack a sexual assault survivor,” she said on Twitter. “This is the same man who has been credibly accused of more than a dozen cases of sexual assault or harassment.”

The Senate Judiciary Committee released a letter it sent to Ford’s attorneys earlier on Friday in which it accepted some of their demands, including that Kavanaugh not be in the room when she testifies.

The panel rejected some of the other demands, including that Kavanaugh testify first, that the committee call additional witnesses that Ford requests, and that only senators be allowed to ask questions.

“We reserve the option to have female staff attorneys, who are sensitive to the particulars of Dr. Ford’s allegations and are experienced investigators, question both witnesses,” the letter said.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, speaking at a gathering of evangelical voters in Washington, assured them Kavanaugh would be confirmed.

“You watched the fight, you watched the tactics, but here is what I want to tell you – in the very near future, Judge Kavanaugh will be on the United States Supreme Court,” McConnell told the Value Voters Summit, drawing a standing ovation.

McConnell’s goal has been to confirm Kavanaugh by Oct. 1, the start of the Supreme Court term.

Ford’s legal team has said she strongly prefers that her allegations are fully investigated before she testifies.

The Senate panel must approve Kavanaugh’s confirmation before a vote by the full Senate, where Republicans hold a 51-49 majority. Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the lifetime position would be the second of the Trump administration and solidify conservative control of the nation’s top court.

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Ford’s team has sought guarantees of her safety because of death threats. Kavanaugh and his wife also had received threats, a senior White House official said.

Reporting by Doina Chiacu and Richard Cowan; Additional reporting by Lawrence Hurley, Susan Heavey and Brendan O’Brien; writing by John Whitesides; Editing by G Crosse and Leslie Adler

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iOS 12 Jailbroken By Alibaba’s Cybersecurity Division Just Hours After Release

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Sep
22

Just hours after the release of iOS 12 a jailbroken iPhoneX was already captured on video. Pandora Labs, Alibaba’s cybersecurity division, showed a jailbroken iOS 12 in a video that’s obviously going viral on Twitter.

In it, you can see a jailbroken app on an iPhoneX updated to iOS 12, a phone that was unlocked without Face ID or a passcode.

 

It’s been quite some time since someone tried jailbreaking iPhones but that didn’t stop cybersecurity experts. However, this video is pretty damning for Apple, since the company bragged for quite some time about the iOS 12 new security features. Among them is a warning about reusing the same password for multiple accounts and the elimination of brute force attacks by simply blocking the iPhone’s ability to connect to USB accessories when locked. This way, devices like the GrayKey, which is used by authorities to break into suspects’ devices, would no longer have a way to access those devices.

iOS 12 also brings more privacy-oriented functionalities, letting Safari stop social media buttons from Facebook or Twitter from following and tracking users’ behavior across the web.

Let’s see now what Apple has to say about iOS 12 being jailbroken so fast and if any other security experts will pitch in on the severity of this jailbreak.

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Jemimah Rodrigues’ breezy 57 gives India unassailable 2-0 lead

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22

India women 132 for 5 (Rodrigues 57, Atapattu 2-29) beat Sri Lanka women 131 for 8 (Siriwardene 35, Kaur 2-3, Reddy 2-19) by five wickets

A searing 57 off 40 balls from the 18-year-old Jemimah Rodrigues propelled India to comfortable five-wicket victory in the third T20I in Colombo, as they ran down their target of 132 with eight balls to spare. India’s discipline with the ball, and a tight fielding effort, had helped set the vctory up, as even the set Sri Lanka batsmen routinely failed to clear the field with their more expansive strokes. Seamer Arundhati Reddy was particularly impressive for India. She struck in her second over, and went on to finish with figures of 2 for 19 from her four overs. India now have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the T20I series, with two matches to play. They had won the ODI series 2-1.

The visitors lost Smriti Mandhana early in the chase, and would also see Mithali Raj depart soon after the Powerplay ended, but despite having two senior players back in the pavilion Rodrigues continued to make clinical attacks – her first boundary a commanding six down the ground off just the third delivery she faced. Rodrigues’ only error was on 19, when she ran down the pitch at left-arm spinner Sugandika Kumari, and should have been stumped had wicketkeeper Dilani Manodara collected cleanly. She regouped after that reprieve, and picked up frequent singles in between the big shots, often dropping the ball into the infield to scamper through.

Rodrigues’ 53-run fourth-wicket stand with captain Harmanpreet Kaur – who made 24 off 19 deliveries – formed the spine of India’s reply. Rodrigues was caught at deep square leg with 19 runs still to get, but she had batted so aggressively towards the end of her innings, reaching her half-century with a dismissive six over square leg, that India had 25 deliveries in which to get the remaining 19 runs. This was Rodrigues’ second half-century in T20Is, the first having come against Australia in March. It was also her best score in international cricket.

“I was just looking to build a partnership with whoever was at the other end,” said Rodrigues after the match. “Today’s wicket wasn’t such an easy wicket to bat on – it was on the slower side. It’s always good to get a personal best score, but I know I should have finished it off today – there were hardly 20 runs to get. But the innings has boosted my confidence a lot.”

Sri Lanka pressed hard in the final overs, but could not prevent Veda Krishnamurthy and Anuja Patil from unfussily knocking off the remaining runs. Captain Chamari Atapattu, who had Rodrigues and Harmanpreet both caught in the deep in the same over, finished with Sri Lanka’s best figures of 2 for 29 – though other bowlers were more economical.

Earlier, Sri Lanka’s innings had been prodded forward at first by Atapattu, who made 28 off 32 balls, then later by Shashikala Siriwardene, who made 35 off 32, and Nilakshi de Silva, who struck 31 off 20. At no stage, however, were Sri Lanka able to mount a dangerous partnership. Although Harmanpreet often deployed 6-3 fields, Sri Lanka’s batsmen were unable to successfully target the open side of the ground. At times their attempts to hit across the line to those areas also produced wicket chances.

Aside from her excellent bowling with the new ball in particular, Reddy was also good in the field. She made one especially impressive save at the long-off boundary, and also played a part in running out two Sri Lanka batsmen, as the opposition limped to 131 for 8.

U.S. Republicans set Monday vote on Kavanaugh if no deal for hearing

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Sep
22

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senate Republicans threatened to go ahead with a Senate panel vote on President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Monday unless a deal could be reached on Friday with the woman accusing him of sexual assault on how and when she will testify.

The Senate Judiciary Committee had delayed a vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation after California professor Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations emerged last week, and her lawyers and committee staff were negotiating how and when she will testify.

But the committee’s chairman, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, said the panel would hold a vote on Kavanaugh’s confirmation on Monday unless a deal was reached with Ford’s lawyers by 10 p.m. EDT on Friday (0200 GMT Saturday).

“I’m extending the deadline for response yet again to 10 o’clock this evening. I’m providing a notice of a vote to occur Monday in the event that Dr. Ford’s attorneys don’t respond or Dr. Ford decides not to testify,” Grassley said in a statement.

Earlier on Friday, Trump sought to cast doubt on Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in 1982 when both were high school students in Maryland.

Kavanaugh has denied the allegation and pledged to testify at Monday’s hearing.

The Republican-controlled Senate judiciary panel has struggled on how to proceed with Kavanaugh’s nomination. Democrats have demanded more time for scrutiny, and Republicans want to move ahead quickly with a confirmation vote in an increasingly volatile political climate ahead of the Nov. 6 congressional elections.

Approval of Kavanaugh would cement conservative control of the Supreme Court and advance a White House effort to tilt the American judiciary farther right.

Trump and the White House had been careful not to malign Ford after her allegations surfaced, but Trump dropped the restraint in his tweets on Friday.

“I have no doubt that, if the attack on Dr. Ford was as bad as she says, charges would have been immediately filed with local Law Enforcement Authorities by either her or her loving parents,” Trump said. “I ask that she bring those filings forward so that we can learn date, time, and place!

“Judge Brett Kavanaugh is a fine man, with an impeccable reputation, who is under assault by radical left wing politicians who don’t want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay,” Trump wrote.

Senator Susan Collins, a moderate Republican and potentially a key vote on Kavanaugh’s nomination, said at an event in Portland, Maine, that she was “appalled” by Trump’s tweet.

“We know allegations of sexual assault are one of the most unreported crimes that exist,” Collins said, according to the Portland Press Herald. “So I thought that the president’s tweet was completely inappropriate and wrong.”

If the hearing proceeds, Republicans will be forced to walk a careful line in questioning Ford’s account without alienating women voters ahead of the elections. Before the 2016 presidential election, more than a dozen women accused Trump of making unwanted advances.

“VILE ATTACK”

Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand denounced Trump’s comments on Friday as a “vile attack.”

“The most powerful man in the world just used his position and platform to attack a sexual assault survivor,” she said on Twitter. “This is the same man who has been credibly accused of more than a dozen cases of sexual assault or harassment.”

The Senate Judiciary Committee released a letter it sent to Ford’s attorneys earlier on Friday in which it accepted some of their demands, including that Kavanaugh not be in the room when she testifies.

The panel rejected some of the other demands, including that Kavanaugh testify first, that the committee call additional witnesses that Ford requests, and that only senators be allowed to ask questions.

“We reserve the option to have female staff attorneys, who are sensitive to the particulars of Dr. Ford’s allegations and are experienced investigators, question both witnesses,” the letter said.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, speaking at a gathering of evangelical voters in Washington, assured them Kavanaugh would be confirmed.

“You watched the fight, you watched the tactics, but here is what I want to tell you – in the very near future, Judge Kavanaugh will be on the United States Supreme Court,” McConnell told the Value Voters Summit, drawing a standing ovation.”

McConnell’s goal has been to confirm Kavanaugh by Oct. 1, the start of the Supreme Court term.

Trump’s Friday tweets contrasted with comments earlier in the week when he said Ford should be heard, even if it meant a delay in the confirmation process.

A person familiar with the call between Ford’s lawyers and judiciary panel staff on Thursday said Ford could testify by next Thursday.

Ford’s legal team has said she strongly prefers that her allegations are fully investigated before she testifies.

The Senate panel must approve Kavanaugh’s confirmation before a vote by the full Senate, where Republicans hold a 51-49 majority. Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the lifetime position would be the second of the Trump administration and solidify conservative control of the nation’s top court.

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Ford’s team has sought guarantees of her safety because of death threats. Kavanaugh and his wife also had received threats, a senior White House official said.

Reporting by Doina Chiacu and Richard Cowan; Additional reporting by Lawrence Hurley and Susan Heavey; writing by John Whitesides; Editing by G Crosse and Leslie Adler

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Untethered iOS 12 Jailbreak on iPhone X Shown Off on Video

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Sep
21

Well, this was to be expected that someone would perform an iOS 12 jailbreak. But untethered, that too on an iPhone X? That’s surreal.

Untethered iOS 12 Jailbreak Shown off by Ali Security on Video as a Proof-of-Concept

The jailbreak scene has somewhat cooled down in the past few years thanks to Apple throwing in a number of new features that negate the need to liberate your device. However, occasionally we do end up seeing a jailbreak or two and those of the semi-untethered nature have become pretty common in the past one year. Today though, things are a little too hot.

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While we are accustomed to a semi-untethered jailbreak which requires you to re-jailbreak your device every time you perform a restart, but an untethered jailbreak retains its state no matter what happens. The latter has been shown off on video by Ali Security on an iPhone X running the final version of iOS 12. Basically, if you ever thought that Apple might have made things extremely watertight this time around, it’d be slightly wrong to think that. Check out the video below and see the untethered iOS 12 jailbreak in action:

Now, while this video is great news, definitely. But remember, this is a proof-of-concept showing that the untethered iOS 12 jailbreak is possible in the first place only. If you’re hoping that Ali Security would just go ahead and release the tools for us so that we can jailbreak iOS 12, it’s best to assume that it’s not going to happen. Also, since iOS 12.1 beta is out right now, therefore it’s likely that the vulnerability used here will be patched by Apple immediately as soon as it gets the wind of it, which they have by now probably.

If there’s a slight chance that this jailbreak does make it into the public domain, things are going to take a very awkward turn. Because with every single major iOS release Apple touts better security, and given that an untethered jailbreak was demonstrated on video, I don’t see ‘better security’ anywhere at all. But hey, this is a wind of hope for those who love nothing more than a jailbroken iOS device at their disposal.

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Let’s see how this one turns out.

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Second T20I washed out after India’s early blows

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Sep
21

Sri Lanka women 49 for 3 (Atapattu 21, Poonam 1-2) v India women

India made vital blows with the ball in the second T20I, in Colombo, before the rains that had delayed the start of play by half an hour returned to force the teams off the field, and eventually wash out the match. In the 7.5 overs possible, India had Sri Lanka at 49 for 3, with the home team’s captain and star batsman Chamari Atapattu back in the pavilion.

Atapattu had looked good for a big innings, having hit two fours and a six over long-on against the offspin of Anuja Patil, during her 16-ball stay. She was bowled by offspinner Deepti Sharma attempting a shot across the line, however, leaving Sri Lanka 39 for 2 in the sixth over.

Atapattu’s opening partner Yasoda Mendis had earlier been caught by the leg-side sweeper off the bowling of Arundhati Reddy in the second over, and following Atapattu’s dismissal, Kavisha Dilhari holed out to long-off with Poonam Yadav picking up her wicket. Dilhari had been promoted up the order after promising performances in the previous games on this tour.

Seven people shot in Syracuse, New York: reports

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Sep
21

(Reuters) – Emergency services in Syracuse, New York said on Thursday they were responding to reports of a shooting of up to seven people, including children.

The Syracuse Firefighters union reported seven victims from the shooting on the city’s Midland Avenue, according to a Facebook post.

A spokesman for the Syracuse Police Department said no other information was immediately available on the incident, which took place shortly after 9 p.m. eastern time.

News website Syracuse.com reported that the shooting took place at a family gathering to mark the death of a person who died of cancer earlier on Thursday.

The website said ambulances were seen driving away from the scene with a police escort at about 9:15 p.m.

The website said that at least 10 shots had been fired in the shooting in downtown Syracuse, about 250 miles (402 km)northwest of New York City.

Reporting by Dan Whitcomb; Editing by Darren Schuettler

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Untethered iOS 12 Jailbreak on iPhone X Shown Off on Video

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Sep
20

Well, this was to be expected that someone would perform an iOS 12 jailbreak. But untethered, that too on an iPhone X? That’s surreal.

Untethered iOS 12 Jailbreak Shown off by Ali Security on Video as a Proof-of-Concept

The jailbreak scene has somewhat cooled down in the past few years thanks to Apple throwing in a number of new features that negate the need to liberate your device. However, occasionally we do end up seeing a jailbreak or two and those of the semi-untethered nature have become pretty common in the past one year. Today though, things are a little too hot.

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While we are accustomed to a semi-untethered jailbreak which requires you to re-jailbreak your device every time you perform a restart, but an untethered jailbreak retains its state no matter what happens. The latter has been shown off on video by Ali Security on an iPhone X running the final version of iOS 12. Basically, if you ever thought that Apple might have made things extremely watertight this time around, it’d be slightly wrong to think that. Check out the video below and see the untethered iOS 12 jailbreak in action:

Now, while this video is great news, definitely. But remember, this is a proof-of-concept showing that the untethered iOS 12 jailbreak is possible in the first place only. If you’re hoping that Ali Security would just go ahead and release the tools for us so that we can jailbreak iOS 12, it’s best to assume that it’s not going to happen. Also, since iOS 12.1 beta is out right now, therefore it’s likely that the vulnerability used here will be patched by Apple immediately as soon as it gets the wind of it, which they have by now probably.

If there’s a slight chance that this jailbreak does make it into the public domain, things are going to take a very awkward turn. Because with every single major iOS release Apple touts better security, and given that an untethered jailbreak was demonstrated on video, I don’t see ‘better security’ anywhere at all. But hey, this is a wind of hope for those who love nothing more than a jailbroken iOS device at their disposal.

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Hardik, Axar, Shardul all out of Asia Cup with injury

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Sep
20

India have lost the services of allrounders Hardik Pandya and Axar Patel, and seamer Shardul Thakur for the remainder of the Asia Cup due to injuries picked up during the first two games. This makes space for Ravindra Jadeja, Deepak Chahar and Siddarth Kaul in the squad.

Pandya was stretchered off on Wednesday, after collapsing during his spell. A BCCI statement said he “suffered an acute lower back spasm during the game against Pakistan and is undergoing treatment and assessment by the BCCI medical team.” Axar injured his left index finger during the same game. Shardul, who did not play the Pakistan game, had experienced “right hip and groin soreness after the game against Hong Kong”.

Jadeja comes in for Axar, while Rajasthan seamer Deepak Chahar replaces Pandya. Having played one T20I on the tour to England this summer, Chahar has otherwise been occupied by India A duty this year. He played the A series in England against the hosts and West Indies A, as well as the home series against Australia and South Africa’s A sides over the past three months.

Kaul, who has played two T20s and two ODIs for India, was also part of the A series against Australia and South Africa.

‘Water coming your way’, Trump warns during hurricane tour

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Sep
20

CONWAY, S.C. (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump warned South Carolina on Wednesday “water is coming your way” in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, as the death toll from the massive storm rose to at least 36 after two women were swept away in a sheriff’s van.

Trump made his comments after visiting an emergency operations centre in Conway, South Carolina, and speaking to residents who were preparing to evacuate as rivers rose.

“Over the next couple of days, it’s going to get rough in South Carolina … Whatever you need from Washington, we are there,” Trump told state and local officials at a briefing.

“Now it looks nice, but it’s really the calm before the storm,” Trump said, referring to water draining into rivers and waterways after Florence’s epic deluge over the weekend. The storm made landfall on Friday as a Category 1 hurricane.

The slow-moving storm has since been downgraded to a tropical depression and moved into the U.S. northeast.

The deaths of at least 36 people have been attributed to the storm, including 27 in North Carolina, eight in South Carolina and one in Virginia.

The latest victims were two women in South Carolina who drowned on Tuesday when a sheriff’s department van in which they were riding was swept away by floodwaters.

Some 2,600 people had been rescued by boat or helicopter in North Carolina alone since the storm hit land, according to the state department of public safety.

Some 10,000 people remained in shelters and over 160,000 customers were without power across North Carolina as darkness fell on Wednesday, the department said.

CAPE FEAR RISING

Although the storm has moved on, river flooding still poses a danger.

The Cape Fear River crested at 61.5 feet (19 meters), four times its normal height, on Wednesday in Fayetteville, North Carolina, according to the National Weather Service. The city of 200,000 is near the Fort Bragg Army base in the southern part of the state.

Floodwaters have disrupted efforts to restore power, clear roads and allow evacuated residents to go home.

Wilmington, just down the coast, remained almost completely cut off by flooding from the Cape Fear River and earlier storm surges.

At least 16 rivers remained at a major flood stage, with three others due to crest in the coming days in North Carolina, according to forecasts.

“People in flood prone areas or near waterways need to remain alert as rivers crest and stay above their banks in coming days,” North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper said in a written statement. “Stay alert, and stay safe.”

Many areas remained cut off by floodwaters and inundated roads. The storm dumped up to 36 inches (91 cm) of rain in parts of North Carolina.

Environmental damage was also mounting as human and animal waste was swept up in roiling floodwaters.

Floodwaters have caused 21 hog “lagoons,” which store manure from pig farms, to overflow, creating a risk of standing water being contaminated with bacteria like salmonella, according to the state’s Department of Environmental Quality. North Carolina is one of the leading hog-producing states in the country.

Experts have said that climate change has increased the likelihood of more massive, sluggish storms like Florence, capable of dropping record amounts of rain and touching off catastrophic flooding.

Trump, who has been criticized for the federal government’s handling of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico last year, told officials at a briefing before going to the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point in Havelock, North Carolina, “We’re going to be there 100 percent.”

He visited a church in New Bern, a town of 30,000 people at the confluence of the Neuse and Trent rivers that was hit especially hard by flooding, and joined volunteers in passing out boxed meals to people in a drive-through line.

He walked through a neighbourhood lined with discarded wet furniture, hugging residents and posing for pictures.

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Salman’s ‘Loveratri’ is now ‘Loveyatri’

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20

Salman Khan’s production featuring his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain has been in the headlines ever since its announcement due to its cast and interesting title–‘Loveratri‘.

As the film’s trailer was released in keeping with its upcoming release, religious organisation Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and some more citizens had taken offence to the title and had demanded that it be changed as it “hurt Hindu sentiments”.

Things took a more drastic turn when last week Bihar’s Muzzafarpur court ordered to file an FIR against Salman Khan and others for allegedly hurting Hindu sentiments. A tweet from ANI read, “Bihar’s Muzaffarpur Court gives orders to file FIR against Salman Khan and 7 other actors after a complaint was filed by an advocate against him and his production ‘Loveratri’ alleging that the title of the film hurts Hindu sentiments.”

After some protests and lawsuits were filed against the film, it seems like the makers have decided to change the title to ‘Loveyatri‘. Salman Khan took to his Twitter profile to share the news with a new poster of the film. He wrote, “This is not a spelling mistake… #loveyatri #lovetakesover…

@SKFilmsOfficial @aaysharma @Warina_Hussain @abhiraj21288 @TSeries”

As per a source, it was Salman’s decision to change the name. The film has been majorly shot in Gujarat and he doesn’t want to hurt the sentiments of people. The source added that he has taken this decision after considering the people’s emotions.

Another source close to the development shared, “Taking into consideration the concerns from the Censor Board and sensitivity of Karni Sena towards the title of the film, the makers decided to release the film as LoveYatri.”

Further added, “Producer Salman Khan decided to opt for a change in title considering the safety and best interest of his audience.”

‘Loveyatri’, the film is still slated to release on its scheduled date, October 5, 2018.

Untethered iOS 12 Jailbreak on iPhone X Shown Off on Video

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Sep
19

Well, this was to be expected that someone would perform an iOS 12 jailbreak. But untethered, that too on an iPhone X? That’s surreal.

Untethered iOS 12 Jailbreak Shown off by Ali Security on Video as a Proof-of-Concept

The jailbreak scene has somewhat cooled down in the past few years thanks to Apple throwing in a number of new features that negate the need to liberate your device. However, occasionally we do end up seeing a jailbreak or two and those of the semi-untethered nature have become pretty common in the past one year. Today though, things are a little too hot.

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While we are accustomed to a semi-untethered jailbreak which requires you to re-jailbreak your device every time you perform a restart, but an untethered jailbreak retains its state no matter what happens. The latter has been shown off on video by Ali Security on an iPhone X running the final version of iOS 12. Basically, if you ever thought that Apple might have made things extremely watertight this time around, it’d be slightly wrong to think that. Check out the video below and see the untethered iOS 12 jailbreak in action:

Now, while this video is great news, definitely. But remember, this is a proof-of-concept showing that the untethered iOS 12 jailbreak is possible in the first place only. If you’re hoping that Ali Security would just go ahead and release the tools for us so that we can jailbreak iOS 12, it’s best to assume that it’s not going to happen. Also, since iOS 12.1 beta is out right now, therefore it’s likely that the vulnerability used here will be patched by Apple immediately as soon as it gets the wind of it, which they have by now probably.

If there’s a slight chance that this jailbreak does make it into the public domain, things are going to take a very awkward turn. Because with every single major iOS release Apple touts better security, and given that an untethered jailbreak was demonstrated on video, I don’t see ‘better security’ anywhere at all. But hey, this is a wind of hope for those who love nothing more than a jailbroken iOS device at their disposal.

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Let’s see how this one turns out.

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