‘Kedarnath’ row: Sara looking for new film?

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Feb
20

All is clearly not well with regards to Sara Ali Khan’s debut film ‘Kedarnath’ owing to differences between director Abhishek Kapoor and the producers of the film, KriArj Entertainment. After constant mud-slinging in public, the latter has filed a lawsuit against Kapoor for allegedly breaching the contract.

An official statement from KriArj Entertainment’s lawyer Lavin C Hirani read, “In response to the various bogus statements and slanderous/defamatory material being circulated in the media by GITS against KriArj it may be noted that all such statements/articles are absolutely baseless,bogus,frivolous and without any merit or semblance of truth whatsoever and are hereby totally denied and stand rejected.

There is enough material to show that KriArj has complied with all its commitments as per their understanding with AK / GITS.As I understand there have been several serious defaults by GITS of it’s duties and obligations towards KriArj including there being severe delays in the production of the Film which was completely in a mess right from the start of the Film for reasons solely attributable to GITS. Inspite of the above KriArj provided its unconditional support to GITS and continued to make huge investments in the Film till it was realised that the amounts were not being used for the right purposes.

KriArj has tried to salvage the situation with GITS several times including making multiple efforts to resolve issues to no avail. KriArj , TSeries and Balaji are the rightful owners of the Film as its co producers and therefore GITS has no rights to oust KriArj out of the Film and out of it’s legal rights as producers and owners of the Film.

We will be moving the Bombay High Court for enforcing our rights on the Film by early next week and we hope to secure the necessary reliefs from the Hon’ble Court.”

Electra iOS 11 Jailbreak RC 1.3 with Cydia Has Been Released

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Feb
20

The Electra jailbreak for iOS 11 (iOS 11.0 – iOS 11.1.2) has been updated and now includes Cydia. Here’s what it means.

Electra RC 1.3 Released with Cydia – Available for Developers Only

For developers, CoolStar released a brand new iOS 11 jailbreak tool called Electra. Though in beta, the jailbreak did not include Cydia when it came into being and is based on exploits which were discovered by Google’s Ian Beer. The biggest difference between this jailbreak and LiberiOS is that the former is meant for developers only while the latter is a public jailbreak which anyone can go ahead and try right now.

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Fast forward to this day and Electra RC 1.3 is with us, available for developers again, and includes Cydia in the package this time around. This is a huge sign for developers as they can now start preparing their tweaks and apps to be updated for prime-time use. Also, this is a developer-only release, so therefore please stay away from ‘leaked’ builds that are wandering around in the wild. It will send your device into a boot loop which can only be fixed if you are willing to restore your device using iTunes which means that you will be forcefully pushed to the latest release of iOS, losing all your jailbreak-related hard work in the process. So please, a little bit of caution will go a long way here.

The Electra jailbreak works with the latest iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus as well, making it an excellent little solution for those who have high expectations from the world of jailbreaking and hacking iOS. Last but not least, since Electra RC 1.3 is here, it won’t be long till the public release is available for everyone, therefore keep an eye on this space for more jailbreak news as it arrives.

In the meantime, do share your thoughts and views with us when it comes to jailbreaking. Are you excited about how things are moving forward?

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19

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Gambhir returns from injury for Vijay Hazare knockouts

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Feb
19

Gautam Gambhir, who has recovered from an ankle injury, will return to Delhi’s team for the knockout phase of the Vijay Hazare Trophy. Shreyas Iyer, who was recently part of India’s first ODI series win in South Africa, has also been included in Mumbai’s squad. However, Ajinkya Rahane, back home after national duty, has taken a break after Mumbai chief selector Ajit Agarkar agreed to his request.

on the jaw, Unmukt Chand has piled up 319 runs in six innings at 53.16, while Hiten Dalal has hit 283 runs at 47.16. Manjot Kalra, who had smashed an unbeaten 101 in India’s Under-19 World Cup title win, was put on stand-by.

Karnataka, meanwhile, were dealt a major blow with their captain R Vinay Kumar being ruled out of their quarter-final against Hyderabad in Delhi, with an elbow injury. He had also missed Karnataka’s last group game against Railways in Alur on February 16. Karun Nair, who stood-in as captain, will be in charge of the team in the quarter-final too.

Yusuf Pathan’s troubles continued, the latest being the axing from the Vijay Hazare trophy. After missing a large chunk of the Ranji Trophy because of a back-dated ban for a doping violation, the allrounder was not considered for the 20-over Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He then received a last-minute call-up for the Vijay Hazare Trophy, but has now been dropped following poor returns in six league matches. He managed only 79 runs at an average of 13.16 and one wicket in eight overs. Twenty-two year-old Akshay Brahmbhatt, who is uncapped in List A cricket, was named as Yusuf’s replacement.

CBI closes PNB branch at heart of fraud

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Feb
19

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) closed down a branch of Punjab National Bank (PNB) that is at the heart of a $1.77 billion fraud and questioned more of its employees as they probed the biggest scam in the country’s banking history, police sources said on Monday.

Three people, including two employees of PNB, India’s second largest state-run lender, were arrested and presented before a Mumbai court over the weekend in the case that involves billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi.

The CBI, which is leading the probe, pasted a notice on the branch premises in south Mumbai barring anyone from entering the office.

The bank has said that the two employees arrested by police colluded with companies belonging to jeweller Modi and another jeweller Mehul Choksi. They issued fraudulent letters of undertaking to overseas branches of other Indian banks which lent money to the jewellers based on the guarantee from PNB.

All the letters of undertaking were issued by the two employees who were working at the Brady Road branch in south Mumbai.

Police searched the bank premises on Sunday and also questioned five more PNB officials, a source said, taking the total number bank staff who have been questioned so far to 11. Police also questioned some executives from Nirav Modi’s group, the source said.

PNB shares slid for a fourth straight day on Monday, falling 6.7 percent by 0614 GMT. The sell off has wiped out about $1.7 billion, or more than a quarter of the bank’s market value, since it disclosed the fraud last Wednesday. Other bank stocks with exposure to the fraudulent transactions that PNB says began in 2011 also fell.

UCO Bank, another state-run lender, said over the weekend it had nearly $412 million in exposure to the fraudulent transactions carried out at PNB, sending its shares down more than 12 percent in Monday trading.

Union Bank of India and State Bank of India are among other lenders which have said they had exposure to the fraudulent transactions.

Jeweller Modi, whose clients include Hollywood stars such as Kate Winslet and Dakota Johnson, has not commented on the allegations. Police have said Modi and his family left India before PNB filed a complaint on the alleged fraud.

Including direct loans given to companies of Modi and Choksi, Indian banks are at the risk of taking a hit of more than $3 billion after the fraud, according to an internal tax department note seen by Reuters.

Editing by Sanjeev Miglani and Raju Gopalakrishnan

Swara calls open letter to Bhansali “stupid”

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Feb
19

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s masterpiece ‘Padmaavat’ received accolades from all quarters for the magnanimity of the film and the spectacular performances by Shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and the antagonistic Ranveer Singh, who left the audience flabbergasted with his act as Sultan Alauddin Khilji.

Apart from these three, two other actors who received special mention for their small but dynamic parts in the film were Aditi Rao Hydari, who played princess Mehrunissa and Jim Sarbh, who essayed the character of Khilji’s slave general Malik Kafur.

The audience has been raving about the subtle yet powerful chemistry between Alauddin and Malik. Well, here’s some interesting revelation about the film.

If reports are anything to go by, it was Ranveer who suggested Jim’s name for the part of Kafur. Ranveer allegedly stated that he was impressed with Jim’s performance in ‘Neerja’ and “recommended” his name for Malik Kafur’s character, thereby getting him on board the film. He reportedly added that Jim is “one of the biggest takeaways of the film” and also “enriched” his (Ranveer’s) performance.

We now know why an Apple employee decided to leak secret iPhone code

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Feb
19

Apple had to publicly acknowledge last week that iBoot for iOS 9, the secure software that runs on iPhones and iPads before the operating system kicks off, had indeed been leaked. Apple said at the time that the security of its proprietary software isn’t key to iPhone secrecy, but the company still filed a copyright claim to remove the leaked iBoot source code from Github.

A security researcher dubbed the leak as the “biggest” in Apple’s history, suggesting that access to iBoot may have huge security implications, even if the source code is two years old. If discovered, new iBoot vulnerabilities may be used by the jailbreak community to create new ways of hacking iOS devices.

It turns out that people active in the jailbreak community encouraged a low-level Apple employee to leak the source code in the first place.

According to Motherboard’s findings, the Apple employee leaked the code in 2016 to five people, according to two people who first received the code. The person wasn’t a disgruntled employee, people say. Instead, he leaked the files to his jailbreak friends who were interested in iOS security. Apparently, the person took plenty of additional code that wasn’t yet leaked, aside from iCode.

“He pulled everything, all sorts of Apple internal tools and whatnot,” a friend said.

The original group hadn’t planned for the code to leave that circle of friends, but, eventually, one of them shared it with someone else.

“I was really paranoid about it getting leaked immediately by one of us,” one of the friends said. “Having the iBoot source code and not being inside Apple…that’s unheard of.”

“I personally never wanted that code to see the light of day. Not out of greed but because of fear of the legal firestorm that would ensue,” a person said. “The Apple internal community is really full of curious kids and teens. I knew one day that if those kids got it, they’d be dumb enough to push it to GitHub.”

They worried that other people would use iBoot vulnerabilities for malicious purposes.

“It can be weaponized,” the people said. “There’s something to be said for the freedom of information, many view this leak to be good. [But] information isn’t free when it inherently violates personal security.”

“We did our damnedest best to try to make sure that it got leaked [only after the code] got old,” they added.

It all happened a year after their friends gave them the Apple files. One member of the group shared it with a person who shouldn’t have had it.

Ultimately, the original group had lost control of the leak, and it spread to more people, and it even hit Reddit in 2017, although it went largely unnoticed at the time.

The leak resurfaced on Github last week, going viral online — it appears to be a copy of the original leak.

Apple, apparently, was aware of the leak long before it was pushed to Github. The Apple employee who leaked it signed a non-disclosure agreement with Apple and refused to talk about the matter.

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AB de Villiers ruled out of T20I series against India

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Feb
18

AB de Villiers has been ruled out of the ongoing T20I series against India because of an injured left knee. He suffered the injury before the fifth ODI in Centurion, and though he played the last two matches of the 50-over series, Cricket South Africa decided to give him time to make a full recovery ahead of the upcoming Tests against Australia next month.

“He suffered a blow to the knee while batting ahead of the fifth ODI, and although he passed a fitness test on Friday, the injury worsened significantly throughout the match,” Mohammed Moosajee, South Africa’s team manager, said.

The selectors decided not to name a replacement for the remaining T20Is.

De Villiers had missed the first three ODIs against India too, because of an injury to his right index finger that he sustained during the third Test. South Africa were already fielding a depleted side for the T20Is, after Faf du Plessis and Quinton de Kock were ruled out of the limited-overs matches with a fractured finger and a left wrist injury respectively.

The second and third T20Is will be played on February 21 in Centurion and on February 24 in Cape Town.

Exclusive: Indian banks may take more than $3 billion hit from PNB fraud

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Feb
18

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian banks could take a hit of more than $3 billion from loans and corporate guarantees provided to diamond companies at the centre of a massive alleged fraud at the state-run Punjab National Bank, the tax department has estimated.

As of March 2017, banks had extended loans and guarantees worth 176.32 billion rupees ($2.74 billion) to companies tied to billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi, the tax department said in a note seen by Reuters.

Since then, the loans and guarantees would have increased over the past year and the total “hit” to Indian banks “may well exceed” $3 billion, according to an internal note prepared by the tax authority on its preliminary investigation into India’s biggest bank fraud case.

According to a complaint by PNB, the biggest fraud in Indian banking history involved two junior officials at a Mumbai bank branch issuing “letters of undertaking” to firms linked to Modi and Choksi for them to obtain credit from overseas branches of other Indian lenders.

The bank said these fraudulent transactions had taken place over a number of years and amounted to $1.77 billion.

None of these letters of undertaking – essentially credit guarantees – were recorded on the bank’s internal software system and instead were transmitted through the SWIFT interbank messaging system, “thus avoiding early detection of fraudulent activity”, the tax note said.

It said that Choksi’s Geetanjali Gems and its subsidiaries led by Choksi dealt with 32 banks. Among those that offered credit to Choksi and Modi, famous for his chain of stores stretching from New York to Beijing, were the Union Bank of India, Allahabad Bank and Axis Bank, the tax note said.

Union Bank of India, another state-run lender, said on Friday it has an exposure of $300 million as a counter-party lender. Axis Bank, a private sector lender, has said it has sold all its exposure related to the fraud.

Among the findings of the tax department was that several firms in which Modi and his uncle were involved had people of limited means listed as majority partners. Those people were not identified in the tax department note.

The total loans in the three firms of Modi, Stellar Diamond, Solar Exports and Diamonds ”R Us was 39.929 billion rupees, while total capital of the partners was 4 billion rupees, it said.

It said the three firms’ “trade receivables”, or the amount being billed to customers, were “much higher than total turnover of the three companies involved in the fraud, which shows that goods are being sold for related party and are either over-invoiced or not coming at all”.

Modi and Choksi have not made any comment so far. Federal police say they both left India in early January and there whereabouts are unknown. ($1 = 64.2400 Indian rupees)

Reporting by Sanjeev Miglani; Editing by Alex Richardson

Ajay Devgn and Kajol spotted with kids

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Feb
18

As its a Thursday today, actress Kajol took to her Instagram to share a throwback picture of herself with her husband Ajay Devgn, daughter Nysa and son Yug from their holiday in Bulgaria. Although seemingly dysfunctional, Kajol shared a rather cute picture of her family engaging in some banter.

Clad in thick winter jackets, the family is seen enjoying their holidays on the snowy mountaintops. This picture could be one of those clicked during their family time in Bulgaria, where Ajay was shooting for his action film ‘Shivaay’.

Kajol shared the picture with a humorous caption in the form of a conversation that read, “#tbt Bulgaria
The conversation
Nysa: why do I have to do this
Me: Because
Ajay: What’s going on?
Yug: Where’s my burger?”

Meanwhile, on the work front, Kajol is busy filming her next ‘Eela’, which is being produced by Ajay Devgn.

We now know why an Apple employee decided to leak secret iPhone code

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Feb
18

Apple had to publicly acknowledge last week that iBoot for iOS 9, the secure software that runs on iPhones and iPads before the operating system kicks off, had indeed been leaked. Apple said at the time that the security of its proprietary software isn’t key to iPhone secrecy, but the company still filed a copyright claim to remove the leaked iBoot source code from Github.

A security researcher dubbed the leak as the “biggest” in Apple’s history, suggesting that access to iBoot may have huge security implications, even if the source code is two years old. If discovered, new iBoot vulnerabilities may be used by the jailbreak community to create new ways of hacking iOS devices.

It turns out that people active in the jailbreak community encouraged a low-level Apple employee to leak the source code in the first place.

According to Motherboard’s findings, the Apple employee leaked the code in 2016 to five people, according to two people who first received the code. The person wasn’t a disgruntled employee, people say. Instead, he leaked the files to his jailbreak friends who were interested in iOS security. Apparently, the person took plenty of additional code that wasn’t yet leaked, aside from iCode.

“He pulled everything, all sorts of Apple internal tools and whatnot,” a friend said.

The original group hadn’t planned for the code to leave that circle of friends, but, eventually, one of them shared it with someone else.

“I was really paranoid about it getting leaked immediately by one of us,” one of the friends said. “Having the iBoot source code and not being inside Apple…that’s unheard of.”

“I personally never wanted that code to see the light of day. Not out of greed but because of fear of the legal firestorm that would ensue,” a person said. “The Apple internal community is really full of curious kids and teens. I knew one day that if those kids got it, they’d be dumb enough to push it to GitHub.”

They worried that other people would use iBoot vulnerabilities for malicious purposes.

“It can be weaponized,” the people said. “There’s something to be said for the freedom of information, many view this leak to be good. [But] information isn’t free when it inherently violates personal security.”

“We did our damnedest best to try to make sure that it got leaked [only after the code] got old,” they added.

It all happened a year after their friends gave them the Apple files. One member of the group shared it with a person who shouldn’t have had it.

Ultimately, the original group had lost control of the leak, and it spread to more people, and it even hit Reddit in 2017, although it went largely unnoticed at the time.

The leak resurfaced on Github last week, going viral online — it appears to be a copy of the original leak.

Apple, apparently, was aware of the leak long before it was pushed to Github. The Apple employee who leaked it signed a non-disclosure agreement with Apple and refused to talk about the matter.

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Feb
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Sri Lanka’s rare chance to cap successful tour

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Feb
17

Big Picture

It had begun so well. Bangladesh may still have been stinging from Chandika Hathurusingha’s surprise exit, but in the first three matches of the tri-nations ODI series, they stomped both oppositions, and appeared as if no side was capable of so much as challenging them in home conditions. Then came the 10-wicket thumping in Mirpur. Since then, in five matches against Sri Lanka (across formats), Bangladesh have lost four and drawn one. The absence of Shakib Al Hasan – due to injury – has been telling.

Sunday’s T20 is their last chance to restore a degree of respectability to the affair. With Tamim Iqbal set to return to the top of the order after missing Thursday’s game, and the top order firing in any case, the batting appears to be stable. Much will depend on how a young, largely inexperienced Bangladesh attack can contend with a suddenly-confident Sri Lanka batting order. On Thursday, the visitors ran down Bangladesh’s highest-ever T20 score inside 17 overs. Sri Lanka are not a world-beating limited-overs side yet, though. There are holes in their batting order – Bangladesh must only work out how to exploit them.

For the visitors, the pressure is off. They have already performed better on this tour than expected, especially as they had begun the trip with a loss to Zimbabwe. A victory to seal the T20 series would be further indication that Hathurusingha is setting the side back on track. Tougher examinations await, but with Sri Lanka snapping an eight-match T20 losing streak on Thursday, early signs appear healthy.

Form guide

BangladeshLLLWL (last five completed matches, most recent first)
Sri Lanka WLLLL

In the spotlight

Mushfiqur Rahim has had a modest tour. In 10 innings going back to the start of the tri-series, he has only crossed fifty three times. As his 66 off 44 on Thursday demonstrated, however, Bangladesh’s batting appears exponentially stronger when he is productive. He had, in fact, been one of the primary contributors to Bangladesh’s excellent tour of Sri Lanka last year. In the continued absence of Shakib, Bangladesh will look to Mushfiqur to carry the middle order again on Sunday.

In the ODI series Kusal Mendis had been unconvincing, but he batted himself into form on a flat Chittagong Test-match pitch, and has now produced his first outstanding T20 innings, hitting 53 off 27 balls on Thursday. Few would have picked him for an opener, but that is a role he has flourished in over the past few weeks. Prior to his injury, Kusal Perera had probably been slated to open alongside Danushka Gunathilaka, but if Mendis produces another good innings on Sunday, he will probably keep that position in the Nidahas Trophy next month.

Team news

Tamim’s return to fitness is the good news for Bangladesh. Zakir Hasan is likely to make way for him in the opening slot. Sabbir Rahman’s continued poor form could see him make room for Mohammad Mithun, while Abu Jayed and Mahedi Hasan could also get chances by replacing Mohammad Saifuddin and Rubel Hossain.

Bangladesh (probable): 1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Soumya Sarkar, 3 Mushfiqur Rahim, 4 Mohammad Mithun/Sabbir Rahman, 5 Afif Hossain, 6 Mahmudullah, 7 Ariful Haque, 8 Mahedi Hasan/Mohammad Saifuddin, 9 Nazmul Islam, 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Rubel Hossain/Abu Jayed

Sri Lanka are likely to field the same XI, though perhaps it is possible that Asitha Fernando will come in for Shehan Madushanka.

Sri Lanka (probable): 1 Danushka Gunathilaka, 2 Kusal Mendis, 3 Upul Tharanga, 4 Dasun Shanaka, 5 Niroshan Dickwella (wk), 6 Thisara Perera, 7 Dinesh Chandimal (capt.), 8 Jeevan Mendis, 9 Akila Dananjaya, 10 Isuru Udana, 11 Shehan Madushanka

Pitch and conditions

The picturesque Sylhet ground has batting-friendly pitches, as was evident during the BPL. In four evening games last year, the ground averaged 174 for sides batting first in the domestic T20 tournament. The weather in Sylhet will be significantly cooler after sunset.

Stats and trivia

  • Before Thursday, Kusal Mendis’ highest T20 international score had been 22. He did not make double figures in five of his previous eight innings.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim is two dismissals away from completing 50 in T20 internationals. He would be the fifth wicketkeeper to the milestone, after MS Dhoni, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad Shahzad and Dinesh Ramdin.

  • Thisara Perera needs one more wicket to complete fifty in T20 internationals. Lasith Malinga, Nuwan Kulasekara and Ajantha Mendis are the other Sri Lankans to have achieved this feat.

Quotes

“It is not that easy to do well in international cricket straightaway. They have the potential.”
Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah on the team”s newcomers, four of whom debuted on Thursday

“I am excited about the potential of this team. I don’t think we are playing near our potential.”
Sri Lanka coach Chandika Hathurusingha feels Sri Lanka still have a long way to go

CBI arrests three people in $1.8 billion PNB fraud case

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Feb
17

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested two employees at Punjab National Bank believed to be at the centre of a staggering $1.77 billion fraud, the first arrests so far in the country’s biggest-ever bank scam, a police source said on Saturday.

The pair, Gokulnath Shetty and Manoj Kharat, are suspected of steering fraudulent loans to companies linked to billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi and to entities tied to jewellry retailer Gitanjali, which is led by Modi’s uncle, Mehul Choksi.

PNB is the country’s second-largest state-run lender.

The police also arrested a third person, Hemant Bhat, whom the source described as the “authorised signatory” of the companies tied to Nirav Modi.

All three will appear in a Mumbai court later on Saturday, the source said.

The investigation and “examination of others is continuing,” the source said.

PNB’s disclosure on Wednesday that it had suffered massive fraud has sparked a widening probe involving various Indian authorities.

The Income Tax Department has also extended a probe into Modi and his group companies, looking into possible tax evasion and suspected investment of illegal funds, a spokeswoman told Reuters.

“We have provisionally attached 29 properties and 105 bank accounts of Nirav Modi and his group companies in the PNB bank fraud case,” she said.

Reporting by Aditya Kalra and Manoj Kumar; Writing by Rafael Nam; Editing by Kim Coghill

Sonam introduces cast of ‘Ek Ladki Ko Dekha…’

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Feb
17

Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez have wrapped up the first schedule of the highly anticipated film ‘Race 3’, which is being directed by Remo D’Souza. The film has been the talk of the town since it went on floors in November. From the stars’ regular updates, the cast has shot a few action scenes and even a dance number thus far.

Director Remo took to his social media account to announce the wrapping of the scheduled shoot by sharing a picture of his leading with a caption that read, ” It’s a wrap #mumbaischedule. #race3. #racetofinish.”

Apart from Salman and Jacqueline reuniting on the big screen, the actioner will also feature Anil Kapoor, Daisy Shah, Bobby Deol and Saqib Saleem.

Fans can look forward to more such sneak peeks from the sets, when the team heads to Dubai and Abu Dhabi for the next schedule of the film.

‘Race 3’ is slated to hit theatres on Eid 2018.

We now know why an Apple employee decided to leak secret iPhone code

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Feb
17

Apple had to publicly acknowledge last week that iBoot for iOS 9, the secure software that runs on iPhones and iPads before the operating system kicks off, had indeed been leaked. Apple said at the time that the security of its proprietary software isn’t key to iPhone secrecy, but the company still filed a copyright claim to remove the leaked iBoot source code from Github.

A security researcher dubbed the leak as the “biggest” in Apple’s history, suggesting that access to iBoot may have huge security implications, even if the source code is two years old. If discovered, new iBoot vulnerabilities may be used by the jailbreak community to create new ways of hacking iOS devices.

It turns out that people active in the jailbreak community encouraged a low-level Apple employee to leak the source code in the first place.

According to Motherboard’s findings, the Apple employee leaked the code in 2016 to five people, according to two people who first received the code. The person wasn’t a disgruntled employee, people say. Instead, he leaked the files to his jailbreak friends who were interested in iOS security. Apparently, the person took plenty of additional code that wasn’t yet leaked, aside from iCode.

“He pulled everything, all sorts of Apple internal tools and whatnot,” a friend said.

The original group hadn’t planned for the code to leave that circle of friends, but, eventually, one of them shared it with someone else.

“I was really paranoid about it getting leaked immediately by one of us,” one of the friends said. “Having the iBoot source code and not being inside Apple…that’s unheard of.”

“I personally never wanted that code to see the light of day. Not out of greed but because of fear of the legal firestorm that would ensue,” a person said. “The Apple internal community is really full of curious kids and teens. I knew one day that if those kids got it, they’d be dumb enough to push it to GitHub.”

They worried that other people would use iBoot vulnerabilities for malicious purposes.

“It can be weaponized,” the people said. “There’s something to be said for the freedom of information, many view this leak to be good. [But] information isn’t free when it inherently violates personal security.”

“We did our damnedest best to try to make sure that it got leaked [only after the code] got old,” they added.

It all happened a year after their friends gave them the Apple files. One member of the group shared it with a person who shouldn’t have had it.

Ultimately, the original group had lost control of the leak, and it spread to more people, and it even hit Reddit in 2017, although it went largely unnoticed at the time.

The leak resurfaced on Github last week, going viral online — it appears to be a copy of the original leak.

Apple, apparently, was aware of the leak long before it was pushed to Github. The Apple employee who leaked it signed a non-disclosure agreement with Apple and refused to talk about the matter.

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Feb
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Santner on board as Derbyshire target Blast

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Feb
16

Derbyshire have signed Mitchell Santner, the New Zealand spinner, as one of their overseas players for 2018. Santner will be available for the whole of the Vitality Blast and the second half of Derbyshire’s Championship campaign.

Santner is currently ranked the No. 1 bowler in T20 internationals and has appeared in the Blast over the last couple of seasons for Worcestershire. Last year, Derbyshire reached the quarter-finals for the first time in over a decade, under the stewardship of T20 coach John Wright, and Santner’s signing suggests a continued focus on improving their short-form game.

After making his New Zealand debut on the tour of England in 2015, he has become Santner’s first-choice spinner in all three formats. He has taken more than 100 internationals wickets and is also a useful batsman, with two first-class centuries to his name.

“We’re delighted to secure Mitchell for the second half of the 2018 season, including for the entire Vitality Blast competition,” Derbyshire’s cricket advisor, Kim Barnett, said “He has been producing some of the best cricket of his career across all forms for New Zealand over the last few months, and is now recognised as the world’s number one T20 bowler.

“Mitchell is also an exceptional fielder and provides a quality batting option down the order. We look forward to welcoming him to Derbyshire.”

Derbyshire have allowed several young players to leave over the winter, in particular clearing out their pace-bowling stocks, as Barnett looks to reinvigorate the club.

Last season, they prioritised legspin, signing Imran Tahir for the Blast and Jeevan Mendis, but the promise of Matt Critchley, a homegrown option who was this week called up to the England Lions, has encouraged them to go with a more orthodox spinner in the form of Santner as one of their two overseas T20 signings.

“I’m looking forward to joining Derbyshire,” Santner said. “It’s an ambitious club who want to continue to progress and I hope I can play my part.”

CBI conducts searches in widening probe in PNB fraud case

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Feb
16

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a case against jewelry retailer Gitanjali in a $1.77 billion fraud at state-run Punjab National Bank (PNB), a source at the agency said on Friday.

The CBI is conducting searches at 20 locations in six cities of the Gitanjali group of firms promoted by Mehul Choksi, the source said.

Choksi, managing director of Gitanjali Gems, along with billionaire jeweler and diamond merchant Nirav Modi are accused of being at the centre of the fraud involving PNB, the country second-largest state-run lender.

Reporting by Aditya Kalra

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