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SRK kick-starts shooting for ‘Brahmastra’

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Nov
14

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Checkra1n is the first public jailbreak tool compatible with iOS 13

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Nov
13

Developer and hacker Axi0mX announced back in September a new exploit called “checkm8” that offers the possibility to jailbreak almost every Apple A-series CPU up to A11 Bionic chip. Today they’re releasing Checkra1n, the first public jailbreak tool compatible with iPhone and iPad running iOS 13.

If you’re not used to jailbreaking, it generally refers to the removal of iOS software restrictions on Apple devices to install apps outside the App Store and even modify the entire system.

The “checkm8” method used by Checkra1n is considered “unpatchable” since it’s based on a hardware exploit. That means Apple can’t simply patch it with a software update, and that’s the reason the tool is compatible with the latest iOS 13 update now available to the public. More specifically, the new tool is capable of jailbreaking on almost every Apple device between iPhone 5s and iPhone X running iOS 12.3 and later.

For now, Checkra1n is available as a beta version, so there are a few concerns about the process. The tool is not compatible with some older iPad models, which include the iPad Air 2, 1st generation iPad Pro, and 5th generation iPad. iPhone 5s, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, and the original iPad Air are supported, but some users may experience issues with these devices.

It uses a semi-tethered method, which requires a computer to reload system modifications at every reboot. Untethered jailbreaks are most desired as they can boot without a computer like normal iPhones.

The app needed to run the jailbreak process is only available for macOS at this time. The team is working on versions for Windows and Linux, which will be added in a later release.

Check out the official Checkra1n guides for more information about the process.

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Australia’s best national team counts down to T20 World Cup

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Nov
13

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Australia’s world beating women’s team have been dubbed the country’s best national side in any sport as they enter the final 100 days before the start of a T20 World Cup that is hoped will be crowned with a crowd of more than 90,000 for the final at the MCG in March next year.

As T20 world champions at four of the six tournaments and at least finalists in every event since 2010, Australia have a record the envy of all other national sporting combinations, be it the men’s cricket team, the Socceroos, the Wallabies (rugby union), Boomers (men’s basketball), Opals (women’s basketball), Diamonds (netball), Kookaburras (men’s hockey) or Hockeyroos (women’s).

In February and March they will in many ways be seeking a moment to recognise this greatness on home soil, but also to break another barrier for women’s sport in terms of audience size and connection to the Australian public. Australia’s new head of national teams, Ben Oliver, had little hesitation labelling them the best national side down under.

“The Australian women’s team are currently leading the way and they’re inspirational in the way that they’re playing the game,” Oliver told ESPNcricinfo. “So from that perspective absolutely delighted with the way they’re leading the game globally, but also I think leading sport in Australia and so we should be incredibly proud of our players and our team.

“We’ve got an exciting opportunity in the T20 World Cup coming up in Australia and I’m very hopeful our team will do well in that tournament and really inspire a new generation of girls to take up the game.”

On Wednesday it was also revealed that the global pop star Katy Perry would headline entertainment at the final, an event that the side captained by Meg Lanning will be making no apologies about being ruthless in getting to. Having debuted for Australia as far back as 2011, Lanning can see the looming event not only as a likely high point of many careers, but also as a chance to underline how steady, far-sighted investment in the women’s program and a proactive move towards full professionalism can pay dividends for other sports also.

“I hope it is going to be the moment of our careers,” Lanning said in Perth. “It’s something you look forward to, playing in front of 93,000 at the MCG, I’ve been in the crowd watching big games, but to think potentially we could be out in the middle with all those fans there, it’s certainly a very exciting prospect.

“It has always seemed a long way away, but it’s certainly coming up very quickly. A home World Cup is an opportunity we don’t get very often at all, and we’re obviously in a good spot in Australian cricket, we’ve had some success the last few months, but World Cups are extremely hard to win and we know we’re going to put in a lot of hard work to get the result that we want. But hopefully it’s a great event, it’s being built up massively, we’re excited to be a part of it.

“I’ve been playing cricket for Australia now for close to 10 years and it’s moved along very quickly, and to think there could be massive crowds and we’ll be playing in front of them is very exciting, the group’s looking forward to it, and I think it just shows where women’s cricket and women’s sport is at. It has become a part of Australia, it’s not just men’s sport anymore, it’s part of the landscape and hopefully this World Cup shows that.”

There has been plenty of recent focus on upon what looks to be a growing gap between Australia’s women and the rest of the world, and it is a leading position that Oliver, having inherited this year, is not eager to relinquish.

“I feel very fortunate to come in at a time where we’ve got this real opportunity in the game to lead a real shift in sport and women’s sport across the country and our Australian team’s doing that,” he said. “In response to that, what I’m sensing is some of the other countries globally are also inspired by that in a strange way and are also starting to really look at how they can develop their women’s teams and programs.

“I don’t think we should ever be complacent about where we sit, and we shouldn’t be apologetic about leading the way and trying to inspire future generations of girls to take up the game and take it to a place it’s never been. I’m very mindful the Australian team is leading the way at the moment, but I suspect some other countries globally will increasingly be very organised around their women’s teams and programs.”

Australia orders evacuations as firefighters struggle to contain bushfires

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Nov
13

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian officials ordered people in several communities, including a major tourist destination, to evacuate immediately on Wednesday as firefighters struggled to contain more than 150 bushfires raging across the east coast.

While cooler weather overnight brought some relief for firefighters in New South Wales (NSW) state, attention shifted to its northern neighbour, Queensland, where hot, dry and windy conditions brought severe fire danger.

Authorities issued a “leave immediately” warning, the highest level, for several areas including Noosa, a beachside holiday destination 150 km (93 miles) north of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland.

“Conditions are now very dangerous and firefighters may soon be unable to prevent the fire advancing,” Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) said.

“The fire may pose a threat to all lives directly in its path.”

Noosa Mayor Tony Wellington told Reuters many of the residents in the affected north, accessible only by ferry or via the beach, had got out this week.

But he added that winds were picking up, making things particularly tricky.

“There are plenty of crews battling the fire, including two helicopters,” he said.

The blaze in Noosa is one of more than 80 fires across Queensland, leaving firefighters stretched.

QFES said one its water-bombing helicopters crashed while battling a fire in Pechey, west of Brisbane, though the pilot escaped with minor injuries.

Bushfires are common in Australia’s hot, dry summers, but the ferocity and early arrival of the fires in the southern spring this year has caught many by surprise.

The blazes have claimed three lives and destroyed about 2.5 million acres (1 million hectares) of farmland and bush, fuelled by extremely dry conditions after three years of drought, which experts say has been exacerbated by climate change.

‘OUT OF WATER’

The hot and windy conditions are set to spike again next week.

“We will not have all these fires contained before then,” NSW Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons told reporters in Sydney. “We will not have all these fires contained and locked up for many, many weeks.”

“Unfortunately, what we need is rain … and there is certainly nothing in the forecast for the foreseeable future that’s going to make any discernible difference to the conditions.”

Some 300 homes have been destroyed in NSW in recent days, Fitzsimmons said, as flames stretched from the state’s north coast to within metres of homes in Greater Sydney.

No deaths were reported on Tuesday as warning systems and evacuation plans appeared to save lives in the face of what officials said was the greatest threat in at least a decade.

“It was just chewing up everything,” Karen Weston told Australian Broadcasting Corp from an evacuation centre of a fire near Taree on the mid-north coast. “I’ve survived two other bushfires before this but never anything like this.”

Academy award winning actor Russell Crowe tweeted photos and video footage on Wednesday of firefighters using helicopters to waterbomb his property near Nana Glen, an rural community some 580 km (360 miles) north of Sydney.

Crowe said the property had “lost a couple of buildings”, some fires were still burning and “we are out of water”.

The fires have sparked increasingly acrimonious debate over climate and fire-prevention policies, with the ruling conservative Liberal Party and the minor opposition Australian Greens exchanging barbs.

Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce was among those who have suggested that climate activists were at least partly responsible for the fires by lobbying to reduce so-called back burns, fires deliberately lit to clear dry undergrowth.

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack, meanwhile, said linking the fires to the government’s support of the coal industry was “the ravings of some pure, enlightened and woke capital city greenies”.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who has declined to comment on climate change during the crisis, has called for moderation in the debate.

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Reporting by Colin Packham and Sonali Paul; Editing by Stephen Coates and Jane Wardell

SRK’s son Aryan’s 22nd bday: Fans pour in love

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Nov
13

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Apple Can’t Kill A New iOS Hack On Hundreds Of Millions Of iPhones

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Nov
12

One of the more significant hacks of an iPhone this year is here. It’s big news for the community of hobbyists known as jailbreakers, who like to remove Apple’s control over the devices.

The jailbreak released today, dubbed “checkra1n,” will let users install whatever they like on the iPhone, with none of Apple’s normal restrictions getting in the way.

Its significance lies in the fact that Apple will struggle to ever fix it, at least in devices up to and including the iPhone X. That’s because the underlying vulnerabilities lie in the “bootrom”—the part of the processor that contains the initial lines of code executed by the processor as it powers on.

“Apple cannot fix it because bootrom cannot be patched after a device leaves the factory,” said a hacker who goes by the name axi0mX. They first identified the problem, which they dubbed checkm8, back in September.

iPhone XR and XS models, and the latest devices, aren’t affected. That still means that the hundreds of millions of older iPhones that Apple has shipped can be jailbroken, axi0mX noted.

For anyone who wants to try to jailbreak their iPhone, axi0mX and a team of other iOS hackers have set up a website as a guide. It’s currently only available for download on macOS PCs. Users can then hook up their iPhone and install the jailbreak.

Beware data loss

For anyone who wants to jailbreak their phone, axi0mX recommended backing up data on iTunes or iCloud due to the risk the phone might lose data.

“There should not be any risk of permanent damage to your device, restoring in iTunes should always fix it.”

Apple hadn’t responded to a request for comment at the time of publication.

Though the vulnerabilities remain on many millions of iPhones, the security threat only rises for those who’ve had their device hacked while not physically controlling it and who’ve continued to use it without rebooting. There are not any known remote exploits that take advantage of the issue. F0r any at-risk users who have sensitive data on their iPhone, such as activists, journalists and politicians, upgrading to a newer device might be necessary.

Using a strong alphanumeric passcode should also help, added axi0mX. “Most people’s risk has not increased. The passcode will protect the data on device on all modern iPhones.”

There are, however, recent examples of iPhones being remotely compromised. Spyware created by Israeli surveillance company NSO Group has allegedly been used to target activists, journalists, lawyers and many others across the world. The tools, which can snoop on all communications and switch on the mic to turn the phone into a remote listening device, were installed via a WhatsApp hack. Facebook, WhatsApp’s owner, is now suing NSO Group as a result.

Whats Popular Today Tue 12 Nov

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Live Report – Quaid-e

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Nov
12

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Explainer: What a roll-back of Trump tariffs on Chinese goods may look like

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Nov
12

(Reuters) – The latest bargaining chip in U.S.-China negotiations to cool a 16-month-old trade war is whether President Donald Trump would roll back tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars’ worth of Chinese imports, and how soon.

The Trump administration began imposing the tariffs in July 2018 on industrial components and technology goods from China. After Beijing retaliated with higher duties on U.S. farm goods, Trump struck back with more tariffs – many already enacted, some still threatened – under which the vast majority of Chinese imports could be affected by the end of 2019.

As U.S. and Chinese negotiators close in on a “phase one” trade deal, expectations are rising that at least some of these tariffs will be removed.

China’s Commerce Ministry and a U.S. official said on Nov. 7 that a deal would include tariff rollbacks, but Trump undercut the idea after pushback from China hawks in his administration, saying he has not decided to do so.

Following is a look at current and planned U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods, listed in reverse chronological order. Trade experts say the most recent tariffs would be the likeliest to be removed.

DEC. 15 TARIFFS, $156 BILLION “LIST 4B” here

The United States is scheduled to levy 15% tariffs on about $156 billion of Chinese products on Dec. 15, including cellphones, laptop computers, toys and clothing – known as “List 4B.”

People briefed on the trade talks say the United States has effectively agreed not to proceed with this round of tariffs as part of the phase one trade deal. A U.S. official has said the fate of these tariffs would be considered as part of the final negotiation over the deal’s text.

CANCELED OCT. 15 RATE INCREASE

After an early October round of talks led to a White House handshake on the interim deal with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, Trump decided not to proceed with an Oct. 15 increase on tariffs on about $250 billion worth of Chinese goods to 30% from the 25% rate already imposed.

If talks to complete the text for the phase one trade deal collapse, Trump could move to reimpose this increase. Affected goods range widely from industrial components and semiconductors to furniture and building materials.

SEPT. 1 TARIFFS: $125 BILLION, “LIST 4A” here

The United States imposed a 15% tariff on about $125 billion of goods on Sept. 1, 2019, including flat-panel television sets, flash memory devices, smart speakers, Bluetooth headphones, bed linens, multifunction printers and many types of footwear.

Trump imposed these tariffs, and set the Dec. 15 duties in motion, after a late-July round of negotiations failed to result in a major increase of Chinese purchases of U.S. farm goods. The phase one trade deal now being discussed would roughly double such purchases from pre-trade-war levels over a period of time, according to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

People familiar with the discussions say that China has asked for these Sept. 1 tariffs to be removed as part of the deal and the request is being considered.

MAY 10 TARIFF RATE INCREASE

On May 10, 2019, Trump increased tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25% from 10% after China pulled back from a proposed deal that U.S. officials said was nearly completed.

The higher tariffs applied to nearly 6,000 products that were originally taxed in September 2018, from computer modems and routers to vacuum cleaners, lighting fixtures and furniture.

The U.S. trade representative’s office issued exclusions on hundreds of these products in September 2019, including some computer circuit boards, laminated wood flooring and dog collars.

SEPT. 24, 2018, $200 BILLION TARIFF ACTION: “LIST 3” here

Trump imposed tariffs on a $200 billion list of Chinese imports on Sept. 24, 2018, after Beijing retaliated against an initial U.S. volley of tariffs with its own duties on American farm products and manufactured goods.

This list of product tariffs, and the two previous lists below, may be the least likely to be rolled back, trade experts and people familiar with the talks say, adding that keeping some tariffs in place would maintain leverage over China for future negotiations. Trump has said he will not do a complete rollback of tariffs on Chinese goods.

AUG/SEPT 2018 TARIFFS, $50 BILLION “LIST 1” here “LIST 2” here

The first U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports imposed in the summer of 2018 covered $50 billion of Chinese goods considered core to U.S. “Section 301” allegations that China systematically steals and forces the transfer of American intellectual property to Chinese firms.

These initial lists were composed primarily of Chinese-made industrial components, machinery, semiconductors and other non-consumer goods aimed at inflicting pain on Chinese exporters while minimizing the impact on U.S. manufacturers.

The “List 1” tariffs on an initial $34 billion in Chinese goods were imposed on July 6, 2018, while a second list of $16 billion “List 2” tariffs went into effect on Aug. 23, 2018.

Reporting by David Lawder and Heather Timmons in Washington; Editing by Matthew Lewis and Leslie Adler

‘Dostana 2’ Delhi shoot called off due to THIS

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Nov
12

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Apple Can’t Kill A New iOS Hack On Hundreds Of Millions Of iPhones

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Nov
11

One of the more significant hacks of an iPhone this year is here. It’s big news for the community of hobbyists known as jailbreakers, who like to remove Apple’s control over the devices.

The jailbreak released today, dubbed “checkra1n,” will let users install whatever they like on the iPhone, with none of Apple’s normal restrictions getting in the way.

Its significance lies in the fact that Apple will struggle to ever fix it, at least in devices up to and including the iPhone X. That’s because the underlying vulnerabilities lie in the “bootrom”—the part of the processor that contains the initial lines of code executed by the processor as it powers on.

“Apple cannot fix it because bootrom cannot be patched after a device leaves the factory,” said a hacker who goes by the name axi0mX. They first identified the problem, which they dubbed checkm8, back in September.

iPhone XR and XS models, and the latest devices, aren’t affected. That still means that the hundreds of millions of older iPhones that Apple has shipped can be jailbroken, axi0mX noted.

For anyone who wants to try to jailbreak their iPhone, axi0mX and a team of other iOS hackers have set up a website as a guide. It’s currently only available for download on macOS PCs. Users can then hook up their iPhone and install the jailbreak.

Beware data loss

For anyone who wants to jailbreak their phone, axi0mX recommended backing up data on iTunes or iCloud due to the risk the phone might lose data.

“There should not be any risk of permanent damage to your device, restoring in iTunes should always fix it.”

Apple hadn’t responded to a request for comment at the time of publication.

Though the vulnerabilities remain on many millions of iPhones, the security threat only rises for those who’ve had their device hacked while not physically controlling it and who’ve continued to use it without rebooting. There are not any known remote exploits that take advantage of the issue. F0r any at-risk users who have sensitive data on their iPhone, such as activists, journalists and politicians, upgrading to a newer device might be necessary.

Using a strong alphanumeric passcode should also help, added axi0mX. “Most people’s risk has not increased. The passcode will protect the data on device on all modern iPhones.”

There are, however, recent examples of iPhones being remotely compromised. Spyware created by Israeli surveillance company NSO Group has allegedly been used to target activists, journalists, lawyers and many others across the world. The tools, which can snoop on all communications and switch on the mic to turn the phone into a remote listening device, were installed via a WhatsApp hack. Facebook, WhatsApp’s owner, is now suing NSO Group as a result.

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Jonny Bairstow receives ICC demerit point for swearing

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Nov
11

England batsman Jonny Bairstow has been reprimanded and given one demerit point by the ICC after being found guilty of “use of an audible obscenity during an international match”.

The Level 1 offence was levelled at Bairstow by the match officials after England’s fifth T20I against New Zealand in Auckland. Bairstow was picked up by the television broadcast swearing loudly after his dismissal by Jimmy Neesham. His 18-ball 47 had kept his side in contention to win the deciding match, and Bairstow subsequently went out to bat in the Super Over as England clinched the series.

Bairstow currently has two demerit points on his record, having previously received a reprimand for swinging his bat at the stumps on being dismissed during an ODI against Pakistan in May. Accruing four during any two-year period leads to an automatic suspension.

Hong Kong police officer shoots protester as violence flares

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Nov
11

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong police opened fire and wounded at least one protester on Monday, witnesses and media reports said, a fresh escalation of violence as anti-government demonstrations enter their sixth month.

Police fired live rounds at protesters on the eastern side of Hong Kong island, Cable TV and other Hong Kong media reported. Cable TV said one protester was wounded when police opened fire.

Video footage showed a protester lying in a pool of blood with his eyes wide open. Police also pepper-sprayed and subdued a woman nearby as plastic crates were thrown at officers, the video shared on social media showed.

The Hospital Authority told Reuters a 21-year-old man suspected to have been wounded during the incident in Sai Wan Ho was admitted to hospital on Monday and was undergoing an operation.

Cable TV reported the unidentified protester was in a critical condition.

Police said in a statement radical protesters had set up barricades at multiple locations across the city and warned the demonstrators to “stop their illegal acts immediately”.

They did not comment immediately on the apparent shooting.

Police first began using live rounds as warning shots in August and have shot an 18-year-old protester and a 14-year-old, both of whom survived.

Anson Yip, a 36-year-old Sai Wan Ho resident, said protesters were throwing rubbish to create a road block when police, possibly from the traffic department, ran to the scene.

“They didn’t fight and the police ran and directly shot. There was three sounds, like ‘pam, pam, pam’,” Yip said.

“They (the protesters) are against the government, that’s why the police just shot them,” he said.

A Reuters witness said police later fired tear gas in the same area where the protester was shot. After police forensic teams left the scene, protesters and local residents formed a barricade of polystyrene boxes around the bloodstain next to a pedestrian crossing.

A 24-year-old man, one of several office workers gathered at the scene after the shooting, said: “When I arrived the road was blocked and people were yelling at the police, calling them murderers.” The man gave only his surname of Wing.

ANGRY PROTESTERS

Protests have occurred at times daily, sometimes with little or no notice, disrupting business and piling pressure on the city’s beleaguered government.

Protesters are angry about what they see as police brutality and meddling by Beijing in the former British colony’s freedoms, guaranteed by the “one country, two systems” formula put in place when the territory returned to Chinese rule in 1997.

China denies interfering and has blamed Western countries for stirring up trouble.

The latest violence comes after a student died in the hospital last week following a fall as protesters were being dispersed by police.

Violence flared at several university campuses throughout the morning as news spread of the shooting, with witnesses reporting tense standoffs between students, protesters and police. Police fired teargas and rubber bullets, witnesses said, while protesters hurled homemade petrol bombs at police at one location.

“I am worried about my safety but I will still come out,” said Anson, a 20-year-old student at Hong Kong Polytechnic University who only gave his first name. “I am willing to sacrifice my life for Hong Kong.”

Services on some train and subway lines were disrupted early on Monday, with traffic snarled and riot police deployed near stations and shopping malls.

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The Labour Department urged all employers on Monday to be understanding and flexible regarding work arrangements.

Hong Kong’s stock market fell 1.6% in early trade, outpacing losses of 0.7% in other parts of the region.

Activists blocked roads and trashed shopping malls across Hong Kong’s New Territories and Kowloon peninsula on Sunday during a 24th straight weekend of anti-government unrest.

Reporting by Kate Lamb and Jessie Pang; Additional reporting by Sarah Wu, Donny Kwok, Anne Marie Roantree and Josh Smith; Writing by Lincoln Feast; Editing by Paul Tait and Gerry Doyle

Akshay’s first look from ‘Bell-Bottom’ out!

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Nov
11

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How to Jailbreak Your iPhone Using Checkra1n

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Nov
10

These are instructions on how to jailbreak your iPhone using checkra1n.

The checkra1n jailbreak is based on a permanent unpatchable bootrom exploit developed by axi0mX called checkm8. The jailbreak was released by Luca Todesco with help from other developers listed below.

Currently, checkra1n beta supports jailbreaking iOS 12.3 and higher on all devices released between the iPhone 5s and iPhone X, excluding the iPad Air 2, iPad 5th Gen, and iPad Pro 1st Gen. Support for the iPhone 5s, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, and iPad Air is experimental.

For now, you’ll need a Mac to jailbreak but Windows and Linux applications are under development.

Step One
Download the latest checkra1n application from here.

Step Two
Double click the downloaded DMG file to extract it then drag the checkra1n icon onto the Applications folder icon.

Step Three
Open your Applications folder, then right-click or control-click the checkra1n app and choose Open from the contextual menu.

Click Open to confirm you’d like to launch the checkra1n app.

Step Four
Connect your iPhone to your computer using a USB cable and click Start.

Step Five
Click Next to put your device into Recovery Mode.

Step Six
You’ll now be guided to put your device into DFU Mode. This procedure is as follows:
1. Hold the Side button until your screen goes black then release.
2. Hold the Side button and Volume Down button for 5 seconds.
3. Release the Side button and continue holding the Volume Down button until your computer lets you know you are in recovery mode. Your screen will remain black.

Click Start to begin the procedure.

Step Seven
Checkra1n will now jailbreak your device, rebooting it in the process.

Step Eight
Launch the new checkra1n app on your SpringBoard, select Cydia, then press the large Install Cydia button that appears.

Step Nine
Cydia will now be installed on your iPhone. You can launch it from the SpringBoard.

Thanks:
A big thanks goes out to qwertyoruiopz, axi0mX, argp, danyl831, kirb, littlelailo, nitoTV, nullpixel, pimskeks, sbingner, siguza, and all the others that made this jailbreak possible!

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England’s fringe players have ‘raised the benchmark’

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Nov
10

England’s fringe players have “raised the benchmark” for those rested from the T20I series in New Zealand, according to captain Eoin Morgan.

At least five first-choice players were rested from the T20 leg of the tour, with Jason Roy, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer all likely to be in England’s first-choice XI come the T20 World Cup in Australia next year.

With Mark Wood, David Willey and Joe Root also missing out, there were opportunities for six debutants in the T20 series, as well as those who have been in and out of the national team over the past four years, like James Vince, Sam Billings and Dawid Malan.

And Morgan said that the new faces in the side had created a selection headache ahead of the three-match series in South Africa in February.

“It creates a really good headache for us when it comes to selection,” Morgan said.

“We are further ahead than we thought and the guys on this tour who will probably miss out on South Africa have raised that benchmark for guys who come back in.

“They are now almost expected to score runs and expected to do well because of opportunities given and taken by these guys.”

Morgan had the opportunity to see one of those fringe players up close in the fourth T20I, when he shared a 182-run partnership with former Middlesex team-mate Dawid Malan.

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Malan struck an unbeaten 103 off 51 balls, meaning he has passed fifty in six of his nine T20I innings. That knock took his average in the format to 57.25, but he came in for thinly-veiled criticism in Morgan’s post-match press conference for failing to attempt to steal a bye off the final ball of the innings.

Malan had been at the non-striker’s end for the last ball of the 20th over in Napier – a bouncer which Sam Billings missed – but decided against scrambling through for a run with wicketkeeper Tim Seifert stood back.

“I think giving guys that common goal and watching them strive towards it is the biggest indicator,” Morgan said. “If we get guys that are not running off the last ball of the game because they want to get a not out, there’s something to address.”

The debutant who pressed his case best in the series was Sam Curran, who took six wickets and bowled with control across all three phases of the game, while chipping in with the bat in the rain-reduced game in Auckland.

The three new faces with the ball – Pat Brown, Matt Parkinson and Saqib Mahmood – had a mixed time. Brown’s slower balls was punished in Wellington, where he conceded 32 in his two overs, but his economy rate overall (9.84) was only just over the average runs-per-over for the series (9.49).

Parkinson took five wickets in his six overs, though conceded 61 runs, and would have hoped for more of an opportunity to prove himself. Mahmood had a chastening time, leaking 115 runs in 10 overs, though was England’s tightest bowler at Eden Park.

And with the bat, Tom Banton showed flashes of brilliance in his top-order cameos, while Lewis Gregory faced 19 balls and bowled four overs across his five games.

Australian firefighters battle blazes, brace for more

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Nov
10

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australian firefighters raced on Sunday to contain widespread bushfires that have left three people dead, and braced for worse conditions in coming days as they warned the blazes will stretch their ability to protect people.

More than 70 fires were burning across New South Wales, the country’s most populous state, and extreme or severe conditions are predicted for many areas on Tuesday, including the city of Sydney, the Rural Fire Service said.

“With so many fires already burning, homes and lives will be at risk,” the fire service said on Twitter.

“If you are threatened by fire, you may not get help.”

Three people have died in New South Wales since Friday, when a record number of emergency-level fires were declared in the state, and at least 150 homes have been destroyed.

Five people were listed by authorities as missing on Saturday afternoon, but local media said Sunday they had now been accounted for.

At an evacuation centre in the town of Taree, Prime Minister Scott Morrison praised the work of firefighters, volunteers and members of the community but spoke of challenging days ahead.

“There is a long way to go and Tuesday is looking more difficult,” Morrison said in a televised press conference.

“And that is not only trickier in New South Wales, we know of similar types of conditions that we are seeing in Western Australia on Tuesday as well.”

This is already one of Australia’s worst bushfire seasons and it is occurring even before the start of the Southern Hemisphere summer, with parts of the country already crippled by severe drought.

By Sunday afternoon, about half of the more than 70 fires burning in New South Wales were still not under control, with one burning at an emergency level.

Further north in Queensland, more than 50 fires were burning on Sunday, with emergency warnings in place for two fires.

Thousands of residents in Queensland have been evacuated and authorities warned severe fire danger was expected on Wednesday, with little reprieve this year.

“There is really no rainfall, no significant rainfall, until at least the end of the year and possibly into the new year,” Queensland Fire and Emergency Services acting commissioner Mike Wassing told a news conference on Sunday.

Reporting by Will Ziebell; editing by Jonathan Oatis and Richard Pullin

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