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E-cigarettes use not included in India ban, will defend any court challenge: official

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Sep
18

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s ban on electronic cigarettes will not apply to use of such devices and the government was prepared to defend its decision if it’s challenged in a court, a senior health ministry official told Reuters on Wednesday.

India banned the sale of electronic cigarettes and warned of an “epidemic” among young people, in the latest and potentially biggest move against vaping globally over growing health concerns.

The ban applies to manufacture, import, sale, advertisement, and distribution of e-cigarettes. Vikas Sheel, a senior federal health ministry official, said it would not apply on use of such devices.

“Over a period of time, people will not get their (vape) refills, so they will become responsible,” Sheel said.

The health ministry also expects that the ban order will be challenged in court, but it was prepared to defend it, Sheel added.

Reporting by Aditya Kalra; Editing by Sanjeev Miglani

You Can Jailbreak Your iPhone Again (But Maybe You Shouldn’t)

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Sep
18

At this point, Apple has locked iOS down enough that a full jailbreak—unlocking a device to install whatever you want on it—of current releases is extremely rare. When such a capability does exist, it’s usually kept quiet and sold for millions of dollars by exploit brokers. But now, thanks to an apparent Apple gaffe, the latest version of iOS can be jailbroken at this very moment. There’s even code to do it on Github.

As first reported by Motherboard, researchers discovered over the weekend that in its recent iOS 12.4 release, Apple had accidentally rolled back a patch that fixed a bug from iOS 12.3. As a result, it’s possible to exploit the vulnerability to jailbreak iOS 12.4, making it the first current-version iOS jailbreak to be publicly disclosed in years.

“It’s really a surprise to see,” says Will Strafach, a longtime iOS jailbreaker and founder of Sudo Security Group. “It’s been so long since an up-to-date firmware could be jailbroken. But now that Apple knows, it won’t be for long. I expect an update within a few days.” Apple did not return a request from WIRED for comment.

“It puts millions of iOS users at risk.”

Patrick Wardle, Jamf

Jailbreaking allows iOS users to add apps and other functions that Apple wouldn’t normally permit to their iPhones. iOS has rigid limitations that are at least partly meant to protect users from malicious apps, but that also preserve Apple’s control over the ecosystem. As a result, jailbreaking erodes some system protections, but it also allows users to break free from Apple’s constraints.

Hacker Pwn20wnd posted a public version of the jailbreak on Monday that iOS users are already using to redesign the look of their iOS home screens and install unapproved apps. Researchers have warned, though, that jailbreaking potentially makes a device less secure, undermining protections that keep apps from reading each other’s data, and opening the iPhone to potential attacks. An unscrupulous developer could even add functionality to an App Store-approved app that would trigger a jailbreak when a user installs it.

“This is rather inexcusable, as it puts millions of iOS users at risk,” says Patrick Wardle, principal security researcher at the Mac management firm Jamf. “And the irony, as others have already noted, is that since Apple doesn’t allow us to downgrade to old versions, we’re really kind of sitting ducks.”

Sudo Security’s Strafach says that in detailed scans of the App Store he hasn’t seen any such malicious behavior cropping up so far. But the threat remains, as does the risk that attackers might use other paths to compromise devices—tainted third-party apps, Apple’s enterprise distribution certificates, or other remote exploits.

As a jailbreaking fan, though, Strafach also sees opportunities for exploration and insights that outweigh the risks. And he notes that as iOS has matured, jailbreaks have gotten harder to weaponize when they do crop up. But it’s still not something to undertake lightly.

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The WIRED Guide to the iPhone

The bigger significance of the incident relates to longstanding tensions between Apple and the security research community. The company announced earlier this month that it was finally launching a Mac bug bounty, after introducing an iOS program in 2016. And Apple even said this month that it will distribute special iPhones that are less restrictive than their consumer counterparts to security researchers. But the company is also in the process of suing the mobile security testing firm Corellium for copyright infringement, because Corellium offers a virtual iOS build that researchers can test on remotely. Both Wardle and Strafach point out that Corellium’s tool could have been used to catch the mistakenly reintroduced vulnerability in iOS 12.4.

“This shows that Apple continues to struggle with security—even on iOS which is clearly their priority,” Wardle says. “And this was uncovered by an independent security researcher, which illustrates the value such researchers add. Apple’s more communicative approach with their new bug bounty program is good, but their attempts to shut down researcher tools like Corellium are bad.”

Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Opening Round, 4th Day

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Sep
18

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India says expects to gain control over Pakistan Kashmir one day

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Sep
17

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s foreign minister said on Tuesday that the part of Kashmir controlled by Pakistan belongs to India and that he expected India to gain physical control over it one day, raising the rhetoric over the territorial dispute.

India rules the heavily populated Kashmir Valley while Pakistan controls a wedge of territory in the west that New Delhi describes as Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).

“Our position on PoK is, has always been and will always be very clear. PoK is part of India and we expect one day that we will have the jurisdiction, physical jurisdiction over it,” Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar told a news conference.

Last month, New Delhi abrogated the special status of Muslim-majority Kashmir in its part in a bid to integrate the territory fully into India, move that has prompted protests and anger in Kashmir and Pakistan.

Twice the two countries, both nuclear-armed, have gone to war over Kashmir. Pakistan has condemned India’s decision to change Kashmir’s status and said India’s crackdown on protests and dissent there will drive more of the world’s Muslims into extremism.

But Jaishankar said revoking Kashmir’s special rights was an internal Indian matter and that the only issue on the table was an end to cross-border terrorism from Pakistan.

Writing by Sanjeev Miglani; Editing by David Goodman

First look poster PM Modi’s film Mann Bairagi

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Sep
17

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You Can Jailbreak Your iPhone Again (But Maybe You Shouldn’t)

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Sep
17

At this point, Apple has locked iOS down enough that a full jailbreak—unlocking a device to install whatever you want on it—of current releases is extremely rare. When such a capability does exist, it’s usually kept quiet and sold for millions of dollars by exploit brokers. But now, thanks to an apparent Apple gaffe, the latest version of iOS can be jailbroken at this very moment. There’s even code to do it on Github.

As first reported by Motherboard, researchers discovered over the weekend that in its recent iOS 12.4 release, Apple had accidentally rolled back a patch that fixed a bug from iOS 12.3. As a result, it’s possible to exploit the vulnerability to jailbreak iOS 12.4, making it the first current-version iOS jailbreak to be publicly disclosed in years.

“It’s really a surprise to see,” says Will Strafach, a longtime iOS jailbreaker and founder of Sudo Security Group. “It’s been so long since an up-to-date firmware could be jailbroken. But now that Apple knows, it won’t be for long. I expect an update within a few days.” Apple did not return a request from WIRED for comment.

“It puts millions of iOS users at risk.”

Patrick Wardle, Jamf

Jailbreaking allows iOS users to add apps and other functions that Apple wouldn’t normally permit to their iPhones. iOS has rigid limitations that are at least partly meant to protect users from malicious apps, but that also preserve Apple’s control over the ecosystem. As a result, jailbreaking erodes some system protections, but it also allows users to break free from Apple’s constraints.

Hacker Pwn20wnd posted a public version of the jailbreak on Monday that iOS users are already using to redesign the look of their iOS home screens and install unapproved apps. Researchers have warned, though, that jailbreaking potentially makes a device less secure, undermining protections that keep apps from reading each other’s data, and opening the iPhone to potential attacks. An unscrupulous developer could even add functionality to an App Store-approved app that would trigger a jailbreak when a user installs it.

“This is rather inexcusable, as it puts millions of iOS users at risk,” says Patrick Wardle, principal security researcher at the Mac management firm Jamf. “And the irony, as others have already noted, is that since Apple doesn’t allow us to downgrade to old versions, we’re really kind of sitting ducks.”

Sudo Security’s Strafach says that in detailed scans of the App Store he hasn’t seen any such malicious behavior cropping up so far. But the threat remains, as does the risk that attackers might use other paths to compromise devices—tainted third-party apps, Apple’s enterprise distribution certificates, or other remote exploits.

As a jailbreaking fan, though, Strafach also sees opportunities for exploration and insights that outweigh the risks. And he notes that as iOS has matured, jailbreaks have gotten harder to weaponize when they do crop up. But it’s still not something to undertake lightly.

LEARN MORE

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The WIRED Guide to the iPhone

The bigger significance of the incident relates to longstanding tensions between Apple and the security research community. The company announced earlier this month that it was finally launching a Mac bug bounty, after introducing an iOS program in 2016. And Apple even said this month that it will distribute special iPhones that are less restrictive than their consumer counterparts to security researchers. But the company is also in the process of suing the mobile security testing firm Corellium for copyright infringement, because Corellium offers a virtual iOS build that researchers can test on remotely. Both Wardle and Strafach point out that Corellium’s tool could have been used to catch the mistakenly reintroduced vulnerability in iOS 12.4.

“This shows that Apple continues to struggle with security—even on iOS which is clearly their priority,” Wardle says. “And this was uncovered by an independent security researcher, which illustrates the value such researchers add. Apple’s more communicative approach with their new bug bounty program is good, but their attempts to shut down researcher tools like Corellium are bad.”

People were singing my name and I thought ‘What is going on?’

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Sep
17

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If any confirmation were needed that Jack Leach has become an England cult hero, it came on the third evening at The Oval. Leach had walked out to bat alongside Jofra Archer, with England eight down and sitting on a 374-run lead when people began to rise in their seats and join in with a booming chorus that echoed around the ground: “Stand up if you love Jack Leach!”

Only those of a green-and-gold persuasion declined to join the choir. Leach’s fan club has grown steadily since the middle of summer, but largely because of his batting exploits rather than his spin bowling. First came the 92 as nightwatchman opener against Ireland at Lord’s, for which he was named Man of the Match; then the valiant 1 off 17 balls to accompany Ben Stokes into the history books at Headingley. In the first innings at The Oval, he held up his end while helping Jos Buttler to add 68 and lift England from trouble again.

Then there is the endearing routine of cleaning his glasses between deliveries. In part it is Leach’s everyman appearance that chimes with the watching public – though the sight of fans at Old Trafford mimicking his bald pate and glasses prompted Kevin Pietersen to wonder in a column for a betting site whether Leach was becoming a “laughing stock”.

On the final day of the series at The Oval, Leach made sure the talk would be about his bowling at last. He made key incisions to remove Marnus Labuschagne and Tim Paine before taking the last two wickets to fall for figures of 4 for 49 – his best in home Tests – in the process sharing all ten with Stuart Broad and his captain, Joe Root.

“Today I just wanted to be patient and felt if I did my job well then the wickets would come,” he said. “I needed to put the ball in the right area and be patient. I got my rewards at the end, with some good catching from Rooty. Broady set the tone amazingly well earlier on, it was a real team effort. The Aussies fought hard but we did enough.

“It was nice to get some wickets on the last day. The support for me has been something I didn’t think I’d ever experience. Maybe it’s because of my batting, but I think it’s mainly because I’m bald and have got glasses. The way the public have warmed to me is something very special and I don’t take for granted. I can’t thank them enough.”

England were well on their way to drawing the series on Saturday evening, when Leach was warmly serenaded by the Oval crowd. Looking back, he was happy enough to acknowledge the moment of fortune at Headingley that saw Nathan Lyon drop the ball with a decisive run-out opportunity begging.

“Yesterday, when I was batting at the end, over there they were singing ‘Stand up if you love Jack Leach’, and then they started over there as well. I just thought ‘What is going on?’ Nathan Lyon came over and said to me ‘How many beers do you owe me [for the run out]?’ I think I owe him a lot. Sport is fickle and I guess you have to enjoy the good moments and not get too down about the bad moments. I have had some luck as well. Hopefully you earn that luck through hard work, I will continue working hard.”

Leach has been a hit on social media, as well as in the stands, with a video of his re-enactment of the single he scored at Headingley receiving more than 5000 likes on Twitter. After Australia had retained the urn by winning the next Test, at Old Trafford, there were suggestions that Steven Smith had donned a pair of glasses in mock tribute – though it was later clarified to be a joke at the expense of bespectacled former Australia opener Chris Rogers.

“Smith came to me to let me know that it wasn’t about me,” Leach said. “I didn’t know whether it was or wasn’t. I was kind of hoping it was, and thought it was a good laugh. I was very embarrassed after Headingley when the video came out of me doing my one. I think I deserved that to be honest! That’s why we got a picture together after the game with him wearing my glasses!”

Having made a low-key debut in Christchurch in March 2018, then missing out on the following Test summer through injury, it feels as though Leach has taken 18 months to become an overnight success. However, he does not intend to bask in his new status, and could well find himself involved in a momentous achievement of a different kind over the coming days, with Somerset closing in on the first-ever Championship title in their history.

“Somerset-Essex next week, I don’t know if I’ll play yet. I’ve been part of that Somerset season as well so I don’t know. During this series it’s been pretty mentally and physically tiring. But I probably haven’t bowled too many overs, not a silly amount. It will be good to go back and try to win the Championship with Somerset because we’ve never won that.”

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Solomon Islands breaks ties with Taiwan after Chinese ‘dollar diplomacy’

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Sep
16

TAIPEI (Reuters) – The Solomon Islands’ government has cut official ties with Taiwan in a new blow to President Tsai Ing-wen, who is seeking re-election in January amid rising tension with China.

Taiwan now has formal relations with only 16 countries worldwide, but China claims Taiwan as its territory and says it has no right to formal ties with any nation.

Taiwan’s foreign minister, Joseph Wu, told reporters in Taipei late on Monday that it would immediately close down its embassy in the Solomon Islands and recall all of its diplomats.

Wu said China was aiming to meddle with Taiwan’s presidential and legislative elections in January with “dollar diplomacy”.

“The Chinese government attacked Taiwan purposely before our presidential and legislative elections, obviously aiming to meddle with the voting. The government strongly condemns this and urges people to hold on to its sovereignty and the value of freedom and democracy,” Wu said.

“Taiwan has never bowed to pressure from one single setback, and it won’t be defeated by this blow,” Wu said, urging support from allies in the region to defend Taiwan’s much-valued freedom and democracy.

Solomon Islands is the sixth country Taiwan will lose as a diplomatic ally since Tsai came to office in 2016 — following Burkina Faso, the Dominican Republic, Sao Tome and Principe, Panama and El Salvador.

Tsai, who’s facing an uphill battle in January’s vote, has been criticised over her handling of Beijing, who suspects of her pushing for Taiwan’s formal independence.

China’s foreign ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The move came after the Solomon Islands’ months-long review of the pros and cons of a switch to Beijing, which was offering $8.5 million in development funds to replace support from Taiwan.

The Solomons Prime Minister’s office did not immediately respond to questions.

A switch in allegiance would be a prize for Beijing in its campaign to secure allies from Taiwan.

Taiwan vowed to fight China’s “increasingly out of control” behaviour after El Salvador switched its allegiance to Beijing last year.

Reporting By Yimou Lee; additional reporting by Ben Blencher in BEIJING and Jonathan Barrett in SYDNEY; Editing by Kevin Liffey, Timothy Heritage and Giles Elgood

Pawan Singh and Aamrapali Dubey’s ‘Sher Singh’ trailer

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Sep
16

The trailer of the much-awaited Pawan Singh and Aamrapali Dubey starrer ‘Sher Singh‘ has been released. The singer-actor will be seen playing bodyguard to Aamrapali, who plays the role of villain Ashok Samarth’s sister. ‘Sher Singh’ is directed and produced by Shashank Rai.

Pawan has shot for some great action scenes and also has impressive dialogues in the trailer. He works for Ashok and the story takes a turn when he falls in love with Aamrapali. Pawan and Dubey share an amazing chemistry, which is evident in the trailer. ‘Sher Singh’ has been shot in the picturesque locales of Udaipur.

The story of the film is written by Veeru Thakur while the music is composed by Chote Baba, Manoj Matlabi and Sumit Chandravanshi. ‘Sher Singh’ also features other Bhojpuri stars like Brijesh Tripathi, Ashok Samarth, Ayushi Tiwari, Sanjay Verma, Jaswant Kumar and Ajay Suryavanshi.

You Can Jailbreak Your iPhone Again (But Maybe You Shouldn’t)

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Sep
16

At this point, Apple has locked iOS down enough that a full jailbreak—unlocking a device to install whatever you want on it—of current releases is extremely rare. When such a capability does exist, it’s usually kept quiet and sold for millions of dollars by exploit brokers. But now, thanks to an apparent Apple gaffe, the latest version of iOS can be jailbroken at this very moment. There’s even code to do it on Github.

As first reported by Motherboard, researchers discovered over the weekend that in its recent iOS 12.4 release, Apple had accidentally rolled back a patch that fixed a bug from iOS 12.3. As a result, it’s possible to exploit the vulnerability to jailbreak iOS 12.4, making it the first current-version iOS jailbreak to be publicly disclosed in years.

“It’s really a surprise to see,” says Will Strafach, a longtime iOS jailbreaker and founder of Sudo Security Group. “It’s been so long since an up-to-date firmware could be jailbroken. But now that Apple knows, it won’t be for long. I expect an update within a few days.” Apple did not return a request from WIRED for comment.

“It puts millions of iOS users at risk.”

Patrick Wardle, Jamf

Jailbreaking allows iOS users to add apps and other functions that Apple wouldn’t normally permit to their iPhones. iOS has rigid limitations that are at least partly meant to protect users from malicious apps, but that also preserve Apple’s control over the ecosystem. As a result, jailbreaking erodes some system protections, but it also allows users to break free from Apple’s constraints.

Hacker Pwn20wnd posted a public version of the jailbreak on Monday that iOS users are already using to redesign the look of their iOS home screens and install unapproved apps. Researchers have warned, though, that jailbreaking potentially makes a device less secure, undermining protections that keep apps from reading each other’s data, and opening the iPhone to potential attacks. An unscrupulous developer could even add functionality to an App Store-approved app that would trigger a jailbreak when a user installs it.

“This is rather inexcusable, as it puts millions of iOS users at risk,” says Patrick Wardle, principal security researcher at the Mac management firm Jamf. “And the irony, as others have already noted, is that since Apple doesn’t allow us to downgrade to old versions, we’re really kind of sitting ducks.”

Sudo Security’s Strafach says that in detailed scans of the App Store he hasn’t seen any such malicious behavior cropping up so far. But the threat remains, as does the risk that attackers might use other paths to compromise devices—tainted third-party apps, Apple’s enterprise distribution certificates, or other remote exploits.

As a jailbreaking fan, though, Strafach also sees opportunities for exploration and insights that outweigh the risks. And he notes that as iOS has matured, jailbreaks have gotten harder to weaponize when they do crop up. But it’s still not something to undertake lightly.

LEARN MORE

??

The WIRED Guide to the iPhone

The bigger significance of the incident relates to longstanding tensions between Apple and the security research community. The company announced earlier this month that it was finally launching a Mac bug bounty, after introducing an iOS program in 2016. And Apple even said this month that it will distribute special iPhones that are less restrictive than their consumer counterparts to security researchers. But the company is also in the process of suing the mobile security testing firm Corellium for copyright infringement, because Corellium offers a virtual iOS build that researchers can test on remotely. Both Wardle and Strafach point out that Corellium’s tool could have been used to catch the mistakenly reintroduced vulnerability in iOS 12.4.

“This shows that Apple continues to struggle with security—even on iOS which is clearly their priority,” Wardle says. “And this was uncovered by an independent security researcher, which illustrates the value such researchers add. Apple’s more communicative approach with their new bug bounty program is good, but their attempts to shut down researcher tools like Corellium are bad.”

I have ‘unfinished business’ as Test captain, declares Tim Paine after Oval defeat

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Sep
16

Tim Paine says he has “unfinished business” as Australia’s Test captain after defeat at The Oval allowed England to draw the Ashes series, and that he has “a little bit of cricket left” in his body.

Despite Matthew Wade‘s counter-attacking innings of 117 – which Paine surprisingly described as “one of the great Ashes hundreds” – Australia fell to a 135-run defeat after failing to chase 399 in their fourth innings, and their celebrations were notably muted.

While they celebrated as usual with champagne when the urn was presented, Justin Langer looked on with a scowl, and Paine admitted that defeat had put “a bit of a dampener” on their achievements in the series.

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“There’s some mixed emotions,” Paine told Sky. “But I think from where this group has come from, to come to England and retain the Ashes is still a huge deal. It hasn’t been done for 20 years, so we’ve got a lot to be proud of.

“I think we’ve got some improvement, some learning to do, and that’s a great thing for us.”

About his own future, Paine denied that there was a feeling that retaining the urn represented an “endgame” for him.

“I didn’t see it as a beginning, or see it as an option all that long ago. As I said before this Test match, I’m loving the job I’ve got at the moment. I feel like there’s a little bit of unfinished business with this team and where we’re heading.

“I feel like I’ve got a little bit of cricket left in this old body, but I’m not looking too far down the track to when exactly that is.”

Paine said that he had “a couple” of regrets about the Oval Test, but conceded that England had “outplayed” his side over the course of the four days.

Paine became only the second Australian captain to lose an Ashes Test in England after winning the toss and choosing to bowl, after Ricky Ponting did so at Edgbaston in 2005, and joked that he is “always 50:50” before the toss.

“I can’t read a pitch that well,” he said. “We’re trying to get to the stage where the toss isn’t that important to us. You’ve got to win games of cricket when you lose a toss, and whether you bat or bowl first is a bit irrelevant.”

The stats do not particularly back Paine’s claims up. Since 1997, Australia have lost the toss 16 times in Tests in England, and won only three of those games, drawing three more and losing ten; out of the 20 games in which they have won the toss, they have won ten, drawn five and lost five.

Paine also bemoaned Australia’s inability to take their chances on the first day.

“I feel a bit sorry for our bowlers,” he said. “They were fantastic all series, created plenty of chances on day one and we just didn’t back them up. England got ahead of the game, and then they took it away from us.”

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‘Leaving Neverland’ wins Emmy, Beyonce snubbed for ‘Homecoming’

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Sep
15

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A documentary about alleged sexual abuse by Michael Jackson won an Emmy on Saturday while RuPaul was named best reality show host and Beyonce went home empty-handed.

“Leaving Neverland,” which features two adult men who say they were befriended by Jackson and sexually abused by him starting from when they were 7 and 10 years old, was named best documentary at a ceremony in Los Angeles ahead of television’s main Emmy awards show next week.

The program, which aired earlier this year, 10 years after Jackson’s death, was met with outrage by his family and brought fresh scrutiny to the “Thriller” singer’s legacy.

Jackson’s family and his estate have denied the accounts given by the men, calling them a “rehash of dated and discredited allegations.”

Beyonce, whose 2018 Coachella festival concert film “Homecoming” went into Saturday’s ceremony with six Emmy nominations was beaten in all categories.

James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” special with former Beatle Paul McCartney returning to his Liverpool hometown won over “Homecoming” for pre-recorded variety special, while the filmed version of Bruce Springsteen’s acclaimed one-man Broadway show triumphed for variety special directing.

Long-running show “The Simpsons” won the Emmy for best animated series, while gay makeover series “Queer Eye” took home four awards.

“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown,” the travel and food show hosted by U.S. celebrity chef Bourdain who died by suicide in 2018, won two Emmys.

In other awards, drag queen RuPaul won his fourth Emmy as best reality show host for “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” and rock climbing film “Free Solo”, which won the best documentary Oscar this year, added seven Emmys to its honors.

The main Emmy awards will be handed out on Sept. 22 in Los Angeles, with “Game of Thrones” and “The Marvelous Mrs Maisel”, leading the race for best drama and best comedy series.

Reporting by Jill Serjeant; Editing by Robert Birsel

Priyanka’s note for ‘The Sky Is Pink’ premiere

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Sep
15

As ‘The Sky Is Pink’ premiered at the Toronto Film Festival on Saturday, Priyanka Chopra took to social media to express her gratitude towards the people involved in the film.

An elated actor thanked Aditi and Niren Chaudhary, parents of Aisha Chaudhary, on whose life’s true story the movie is based.

“A special night with special people, sharing this labour of love which took us over a year to bring to life. It was an unforgettable experience… Thank you Aditi and Niren for trusting us with your story with us for joining us for #TheSkyIsPink world premiere at Tiff,” she wrote.

Calling director Shonali Bose a “true star of this film”, she thanked her for helming the film. She went on to appreciate co-producers Ronnie Screwvala and Siddharth Roy Kapur for their contribution.

“Shonali Bose you are the true star of this film! #RonnieScrewvala #SiddharthRoyKapur, as always, it’s been amazing collaborating with you. We’ve done some great films together and this one definitely is up there

with the rest of them for me.,” she wrote on Instagram alongside a series of snapshots.

The global icon made the grand entrance to the 2019 Toronto Film Festival by wearing a ravishing black and white frill gown ensemble.

Priyanka looked absolutely stunning in the couture with sweetheart neckline. The dress also featured a black satin belt which added extra grace to the whole outfit.

At the gala, she was joined by the complete cast and crew excluding Zaira Wasim. ‘The Sky Is Pink’ is based on the life of Aisha, who became a motivational speaker after being diagnosed with an immune deficiency order at the age of 13. It also sheds light on the love story of her parents.

The flick will hit the big screens on October 11.

You Can Jailbreak Your iPhone Again (But Maybe You Shouldn’t)

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At this point, Apple has locked iOS down enough that a full jailbreak—unlocking a device to install whatever you want on it—of current releases is extremely rare. When such a capability does exist, it’s usually kept quiet and sold for millions of dollars by exploit brokers. But now, thanks to an apparent Apple gaffe, the latest version of iOS can be jailbroken at this very moment. There’s even code to do it on Github.

As first reported by Motherboard, researchers discovered over the weekend that in its recent iOS 12.4 release, Apple had accidentally rolled back a patch that fixed a bug from iOS 12.3. As a result, it’s possible to exploit the vulnerability to jailbreak iOS 12.4, making it the first current-version iOS jailbreak to be publicly disclosed in years.

“It’s really a surprise to see,” says Will Strafach, a longtime iOS jailbreaker and founder of Sudo Security Group. “It’s been so long since an up-to-date firmware could be jailbroken. But now that Apple knows, it won’t be for long. I expect an update within a few days.” Apple did not return a request from WIRED for comment.

“It puts millions of iOS users at risk.”

Patrick Wardle, Jamf

Jailbreaking allows iOS users to add apps and other functions that Apple wouldn’t normally permit to their iPhones. iOS has rigid limitations that are at least partly meant to protect users from malicious apps, but that also preserve Apple’s control over the ecosystem. As a result, jailbreaking erodes some system protections, but it also allows users to break free from Apple’s constraints.

Hacker Pwn20wnd posted a public version of the jailbreak on Monday that iOS users are already using to redesign the look of their iOS home screens and install unapproved apps. Researchers have warned, though, that jailbreaking potentially makes a device less secure, undermining protections that keep apps from reading each other’s data, and opening the iPhone to potential attacks. An unscrupulous developer could even add functionality to an App Store-approved app that would trigger a jailbreak when a user installs it.

“This is rather inexcusable, as it puts millions of iOS users at risk,” says Patrick Wardle, principal security researcher at the Mac management firm Jamf. “And the irony, as others have already noted, is that since Apple doesn’t allow us to downgrade to old versions, we’re really kind of sitting ducks.”

Sudo Security’s Strafach says that in detailed scans of the App Store he hasn’t seen any such malicious behavior cropping up so far. But the threat remains, as does the risk that attackers might use other paths to compromise devices—tainted third-party apps, Apple’s enterprise distribution certificates, or other remote exploits.

As a jailbreaking fan, though, Strafach also sees opportunities for exploration and insights that outweigh the risks. And he notes that as iOS has matured, jailbreaks have gotten harder to weaponize when they do crop up. But it’s still not something to undertake lightly.

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The bigger significance of the incident relates to longstanding tensions between Apple and the security research community. The company announced earlier this month that it was finally launching a Mac bug bounty, after introducing an iOS program in 2016. And Apple even said this month that it will distribute special iPhones that are less restrictive than their consumer counterparts to security researchers. But the company is also in the process of suing the mobile security testing firm Corellium for copyright infringement, because Corellium offers a virtual iOS build that researchers can test on remotely. Both Wardle and Strafach point out that Corellium’s tool could have been used to catch the mistakenly reintroduced vulnerability in iOS 12.4.

“This shows that Apple continues to struggle with security—even on iOS which is clearly their priority,” Wardle says. “And this was uncovered by an independent security researcher, which illustrates the value such researchers add. Apple’s more communicative approach with their new bug bounty program is good, but their attempts to shut down researcher tools like Corellium are bad.”

Injured Deandra Dottin misses out on West Indies T20I squad

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A still recovering Deandra Dottin couldn’t make it to West Indies women’s squad to face Australia women in a three-match T20I series starting on Saturday. There were several other senior players making way as well, including opener Hayley Matthews who had been suspended from taking part in the recently concluded ODI series between both teams.

West Indies haven’t played any T20I cricket since June, when they beat Ireland 3-0 but lost to England 1-0, with two matches washed out. Six of the players who went to the UK could not find a place in this squad, making way for new face such as wicketkeeper Reniece Boyce, offspinner Sheneta Grimmond and allrounder Shabika Gajnabi. Both players – in fact all 13 members – were part of the squad that had been picked for the third ODI against Australia earlier this week.

Kycia Knight remains sidelined by a back injury she picked up during those 50-over games while legspinner Anisa Mohammed makes a T20 comeback having played her last short-format game in February 2019.

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