iOS 12.1 Jailbreak and Safari Browser Bug New Leaks

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It’s been a while since the latest iOS 12.1 has been launched and nobody managed to find a way to jailbreak this operating system. During the last months, many experts from the jailbreaking community have done their best to find some security breaches within the A12 Bionic chip. Only a few managed to explore the system, but none of them figured out how to bypass the safety limitations from iOS 12.1.

Seeing that so many people failed, another expert is trying to exploit some flaws which will allow him to jailbreak the iOS 12.1. Min Zheng, also called Spark, who currently works for Alibaba, recently claimed that he knows a way to jailbreak the latest iOS. He is planning to do that by exploiting the bug spotted in the Safari browser.

The bug causes connectivity issues, but it can contribute to a successful jailbreaking process

The news about a bug causing mal-functioning in the latest iOS version made a lot of users regret that they updated their iPhones. The information was spread by Linus Henze on Twitter. The man used the social network for describing the bug and mentioned some possible ways to exploit it.

The news about the bug from the Safari browser and its’ potential use for the jailbreajing community became viral very soon. Min Zheng announced that he could use the exploit with the purpose of performing a remote jailbreak. He used the same communication method, Twitter,

The jailbreak completed through this process would work on devices ran by iOS 12.1 and older versions. On the other hand, when the community members asked for more information, Zhen didn’t share any details. In this case, we don’t know if Alibaba’s staff member managed to perform a jailbreak on Apple’s most recent operating system.

If Zheng completed this process, he won’t reveal the information or make the jailbreak public any time soon. At least, iPhone users with iOS 12.1 devices are happy to know that their handsets can be the subject to jailbreak.

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Keen on Test comeback, Hardik turns to Ranji Trophy

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Hardik Pandya, who is set to return to competitive cricket in Baroda’s match against Mumbai in the 2018-19 Ranji Trophy, is also targeting a comeback to the Indian Test side that is currently playing in Australia.

Hardik had been sidelined with a back injury sustained during the Asia Cup in September, and he was originally selected in the India A squad for their three-match one-day series against New Zealand A. However, he said it made sense to focus his energies on the longest format first, with the ODIs against Australia only scheduled after the Test series ends.

“If I am playing a Test match, I should play a four-day game (rather) than one-day,” Hardik told Times Now on Thursday. “Because one-day is later on. I am focusing right now that if I can make it to the team, because there is scope of me making a comeback into the Test team, if I am fit to play a Test match. That’s why I wanted to take my time and see where exactly I stand in Ranji Trophy.

“Playing a Test match is a different league. The workload goes very high, so I wanted to see if I can manage the workload. I knew I would get enough match preparation before the Australia ODIs. Therefore I focused on playing Ranji Trophy.”

India will play their second Test against Australia in Perth from Friday. That still leaves room for Hardik to be added to the squad before the last two matches, the Boxing Day and New Year Tests in Melbourne and Sydney.

“Before I go for any major series, I wanted to see where exactly I stand,” Hardik said. “Ranji Trophy is the best domestic tournament. I wanted to check my fitness levels there, and then take a call about how I am feeling and what should be the next step. Right now, I am only focusing on the Ranji Trophy and then obviously, I want to get back to the team as soon as possible, because it’s difficult to stay away for so long.”

Baroda are currently in fifth place on the combined Groups A and B points table with 13 points, while Mumbai, who have played four matches to Baroda’s five, are in 16th place with just five points. The top five teams at the end of the league stage in the two groups combined will qualify for the quarter-finals.

BJP aware it must tackle problems after state poll setbacks

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling party officials are gathering on Thursday for talks on a general election due by May, with their deliberations overshadowed by the party’s defeat at the polls in three heartland rural states.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said the gathering, to be chaired by the party’s president, Amit Shah, is a regular quarterly meeting but the losses in its stronghold states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, confirmed this week, are likely to dominate discussions.

Disgruntled voters blamed the slow pace of job creation and weak farm prices for the Hindu nationalist party’s defeat in the states, two of which it ruled for three straight terms.

“We realise that rural distress and employment generation are the key issues and we are working on them,” said BJP spokesman Gopal Krishna Agarwal, who will attend the meeting that starts in the afternoon and could be addressed by Modi.

“They will have to be tackled, and we will take suggestions from wherever needed.”

Senior BJP minister Nitin Gadkari told the ET Now business channel on Thursday that the agriculture sector may have been neglected under their government.

Agarwal said the party already had a strategy for the upcoming general election, which must be held by May, and it would hold another big gathering next month.

A chartered accountant who is also a director in a state-run bank, Agarwal said increasing lending for job-generating small businesses was a key focus, as was enhancing procurement of grain from farmers by government agencies at state-mandated prices so there are no distress sales.

The government announces so-called minimum support prices for most crops to set a benchmark, but state agencies mainly buy limited quantities of staples such as rice and wheat at those prices, restricting benefits of higher prices to only around 7 percent of the country’s 263 million farmers, according to various studies.

Following the state election setbacks, Modi’s government is expected to announce loan waivers worth billions of dollars to woo farmers, government sources told Reuters this week.

Agarwal said the party’s loss in Madhya Pradesh, known for multiplying agriculture production under three BJP governments, has reinforced its realisation that higher output helps consumers by bringing down prices but can badly hurt farmers.

“The focus has so far been on consumers, like importing onions when prices shot up,” Agarwal said. “Now we need to look at the producers, not just the consumers.”

He also said there was a case for fiscal stimulus given that inflation fell to a 17-month low in November. Food inflation sank to a negative 2.61 percent from a negative 0.86 percent in October, according to official data released on Wednesday.

Reporting by Krishna N. Das; Editing by Robert Birsel

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Apple Stops Signing iOS 12.0.1, Here’s What Jailbreak Users Should Know

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After releasing iOS 12.1, Apple has stopped signing iOS 12.0.1. There are several implications which you should know of if you’re an average user and if you’re someone who is into the jailbreak scenario. iOS 12.1 brought a plethora of new additions to the table including Group FaceTime, eSIM support and much more. Henceforth, while there might be little reasons to downgrade to the previous firmware, there are times when you need to do so. So let’s dive in to see some more details on the matter.

Apple Is No Longer Signing iOS 12.0.1 – Here’s What It Means For Jailbreak Users

As we have mentioned earlier, Apple has stopped sighing iOS 12.0.1, which means that users can no longer downgrade to the previous version if they have updated to iOS 12.1. People on the lookout for a jailbreak are recommended to stick to older versions of iOS for a potential jailbreak release. If a jailbreak is available and you’re resting on the latest firmware, you can no longer downgrade to the previous build if Apple stops signing it.

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If you think a potential jailbreak for iOS 12.0.1 is on the way or might release soon, be careful about not upgrading. If you do so, there will not be a way to downgrade to the previous build. Up until this time, we have seen several security researchers who have demoed an untethered jailbreak for iOS 12. However, nothing has been released to the general public so far.

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JAilbreak exploits sell for millions of dollars which means we won’t see a working jailbreak anytime soon since developers would work to make a profit. If you’re still hopeful, you can rest on iOS 12.0.1. Be sure to not to upgrade your iOS device as downgrade would not be possible.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on the matter. This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Do you think a potential jailbreak is on the way? Share your views with us in the comments.

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Probably the best group of fast bowlers India have had

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Bowling coach Bharat Arun believes this current Indian bowling unit is the best they have ever had, and it is the consistency of the fast bowlers that has been the missing link. In the Adelaide Test, the Indian bowlers were made to bowl more overs than Australia in both innings, but they gave up 15 and 16 runs fewer.

Arun was asked if this was the best attack India have ever had. “So far yes,” Arun said. “I can say that not only now for what they did in Adelaide, but what they’ve done over a period of time in South Africa, in England and now in Australia. This is probably one of the best group of fast bowlers India has ever had.

“It’s a great feeling now from the Indian perspective that the fast bowlers are doing a great job, and it’s not just one or two, there’s a bunch of bowlers who are doing well. It’s not about doing well; it’s the effort and consistency with which we are able to perform over a period of time. That’s very encouraging.

“Whatever we have come here for and the gameplan we had, it was about being consistent in the areas we need to bowl. I thought the execution was perfect. I can’t ask for anything better.”

Arun took over the job in 2014, coming on board after the Test series loss in England when Ravi Shastri was appointed team director. He has since had a spell out, when Anil Kumble was the head coach, but has come back with Shastri being re-appointed. He has worked hard to get the bowlers to be consistent, which was an issue earlier on, and probably had to do with their fitness too. It showed in how they didn’t go chasing for wickets in Adelaide, but just kept bowling according to a team plan.

“Consistency was a big issue [on previous tours], and that’s something we’ve addressed with the bowlers,” Arun said. “It’s something we’ve really worked hard on. There’s one-per cent factors, which we insist on even during practice. The bowlers have responded exceptionally well. That’s showing dividends right now.

“Each time they come to the net and they bowl, they need to be aware of their plans and what they need to execute. Each time it’s a little different as to what they need to execute. We just test as to how far they’ve executed each time. That feedback allows them to be more consistent. I would probably put it across to the bowlers and ask what their plans are and as long as it’s in line with what we want to execute in the game, that’s perfectly all right.”

It is not all about pace, though. Arun was all praise for the lone spinner in Adelaide, R Ashwin. “Spinners mature a lot with age,” Arun said. “Maybe they’re like wine. Ashwin has been really good, and the last match he helped us to control – he gave us the control, bowling close to 90 overs for 147 runs and six wickets. You can’t ask for anything better. He allowed the fast bowlers to take turns, and he could control from one end. That’s the job he was interested in. I think he did that exceptionally well.

“Ashwin has been extremely confident. He’s aware of what he’s doing. I think it’s important that a spinner discovers the things he can do. For that to happen, a coach can give the necessary feedback because most often what the bowlers think they’re doing and what they’re actually doing can be two different things. If you can bridge that gap, that’s when the bowlers can grow.”

Shaw, Rohit fitness still uncertain

Meanwhile, there is no clarity on the fitness status of Prithvi Shaw and Rohit Sharma, nor has there been an official description of the injuries. Shaw was stretchered off the field after twisting his ankle during the warm-up game, and Rohit hurt his back during the first Test. A team spokesperson said late in the night in Perth on Wednesday, two days before the Test: “Both are undergoing treatment. We will get a better picture only tomorrow morning.”

The BCCI’s last update on Shaw said he had suffered a lateral ligament injury, and that he was ruled out from the first Test. About Rohit, the BCCI said he had “jarred his back” when he left the field during the first Test. During the Test, Shastri was quoted by SEN Radio as saying that he was hoping Shaw could return for the second Test, but there has been no update on that. In the expected absence of Shaw, M Vijay and KL Rahul should continue to open. If Rohit doesn’t make it, Hanuma Vihari will be the likely replacement.

Gunman kills three people in French Christmas market, flees

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STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) – A gunman on a security watchlist killed three people and wounded a dozen others near the picturesque Christmas market in the historic French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday evening before fleeing.

Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said the shooter had evaded a police dragnet and was on the run, raising concerns of a follow-up attack.

“The government has raised its security threat to the highest level and is bolstering border controls,” Castaner told a late-night news conference. “We will also reinforce security at all Christmas markets to prevent copycat attacks.”

With France still on high alert after a wave of attacks commissioned or inspired by Islamic State militants since early 2015, the counter-terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation.

Police identified the suspect as Strasbourg-born Cherif Chekatt, 29, who was known to the intelligence services as a potential security risk.

Castaner said the gunman exchanged shots with security forces twice as he escaped. His whereabouts now were unknown, and elite commandos and helicopters were involved in the manhunt.

The Paris prosecutor said the motive for the attack was not known. No one immediately claimed responsibility, but the U.S.-based Site intelligence group, which monitors jihadist websites, said Islamic State supporters were celebrating.

The attack began at about 8 p.m. (1900 GMT) as stallholders prepared to close down and restaurants filled in the city, which sits across the Rhine River from Germany. Bystanders were swiftly ushered into nearby shops.

“There was confusion initially but they locked the front doors pretty soon after the gunshots,” said U.S. citizen Elizabeth Osterwisch, who was sheltering on the top floor of the Galeries Lafayette department store. “They moved us several times, eventually settling on the place with the most protection.”

European Parliament lawmaker Emmanuel Maurel said he had heard the shots.

“From my hotel window I saw passersby dragging someone who was injured and onlookers panicking,” he tweeted. “Soldiers and police have cordoned off the area. We’re being told to stay in the hotel.”


The European Parliament, which is sitting in Strasbourg this week, was put into lockdown.

On the opposite side of the Rhine river German police also tightened border controls, officials said.

The Strasbourg prefecture said the gunman was on an intelligence services watchlist.

Sources familiar with the police operation said the suspect’s home had been raided earlier in the day in connection with a robbery during the summer, but he was not found there.

A Reuters reporter was among 30 to 40 people being held in the basement of a supermarket for their own safety, waiting for police to clear the area. Lights were switched off and bottles of water handed out.

Security was tight this year for the Christmas market, which is popular with visitors to the city’s old quarter, with its Gothic cathedral and half-timbered houses.

Unauthorised vehicles were excluded from surrounding streets during opening hours and checkpoints were set up on bridges and access points to search pedestrians’ bags.

President Emmanuel Macron was being updated on events, an Elysee Palace official said. Castaner was on his way to Strasbourg.


Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the European Commission, the EU executive body, tweeted: “My thoughts are with the victims of the Strasbourg shooting, which I condemn with the utmost firmness. Strasbourg is an excellent symbol of peace and European Democracy. Values that we will always defend.”

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she was “shocked and saddened.”

Some 26,000 individuals suspected of posing a security risk to France are on the “S File” watchlist, of whom about 10,000 are believed to have been radicalised, sometimes in fundamentalist Salafist Muslim mosques, online or abroad.

European security agencies have feared for some time that Islamist militants who left Europe to fight for Islamic State in Syria and Iraq would return after the jihadist group’s defeat, with the skills and motivation to carry out attacks at home.

Secular France has been grappling with how to respond to both homegrown jihadists and foreign militants following attacks in Paris, Nice, Marseille and beyond since 2015.

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In 2016, a truck ploughed into a Bastille Day crowd in Nice, killing more than 80 people. In November 2015, coordinated Islamist militant attacks on the Bataclan concert hall and other sites in Paris claimed about 130 lives. There have also been attacks in Paris on a policeman on the Champs-Elysees avenue, the offices of satirical weekly publication Charlie Hebdo and a kosher store.

Almost exactly two years ago, a Tunisian Islamist rammed a hijacked truck into a Christmas market in central Berlin, killing 11 people as well as the driver.

Reporting by Gilbert Reilhac in Strasbourg and Christian Hartmann, Emmanuel Jarry, Michel Rose, Richard Lough and Inti Landauro in Paris and Kevin Liffey in London; writing by Richard Lough; Editing by Kevin Liffey and Leslie Adler

Watch Aish and Deepika burn the dance floor

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WebKit Exploit May Perform a Remote Jailbreak on iOS 12

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It hasn’t been long since Linus Henze, security researcher and developer announced that Safari holds a potential exploit for iOS and macOS. He added that this threat affects devices with iOS 12.1 and below.

This shocking news came on Twitter and people who updated their iPhones to iOS 12.1 felt the need to learn more about how they can protect their handsets. Fortunately, these users received good news from Min Zheng, also known as Spark, staff member at Alibaba and prominent figure in the world of jailbreaking.

Zheng claims that the most recent WebKit exploit could be useful for a remote jailbreak

Many iPhone community members consider Min Zheng’s recent statements an indication that an iOS 12 jailbreak could be coming soon. Last week, Linus explained how the bug identified within Safari for iOS and macOS works and how it can affect devices with the latest version of iOS and below.

Community members could see that the bug acts similar to RegEx on affected platforms. Thanks to this exploit, anyone who knows enough about jailbreaking could perform such a process. Thus, affected iOS devices could be ”cleaned” directly from the affected browser – Safari.

Zheng used Twitter to make another announcement only a few days after Linus’ exploit. He said that this information can be useful in performing a remote jailbreak. This could be the first sign that shows Zheng’s intention to pioneer such a process, but nothing is confirmed yet.

iPhone users showed a lot of interest in the data presented by the jailbreak master and asked a lot of questions, but so far Zheng hasn’t replied to any of them. Even so, the community is hoping to see an iOS 12 jailbreak as soon as possible.

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Steven Smith’s BPL participation in doubt

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A question mark hangs over axed Australia captain Steven Smith‘s participation in the 2019 Bangladesh Premier League, following a meeting on Tuesday that ended in a deadlock. Jalal Yunus, the BPL’s technical committee chairman who held the meeting with BPL franchise representatives, said that he asked the BCB to take a final decision on whether Smith will be eligible for the T20 tournament that begins on January 5.

Smith had signed with Comilla Victorians in late November, as a replacement for Sri Lanka’s Asela Gunaratne. This is where the issue stems from: replacement players are supposed to be chosen from among the players who were in the draft in the first place, and Smith was not part of the draft.

Yunus said that Comilla were allowed to contract Smith with a view to enhance the league’s appeal, but the other franchises objected to this bending of the rules, putting his participation under a cloud.

“We had allowed Comilla to sign Steven Smith for the greater interest of the BPL,” Yunus said. “The bylaws said that a replacement player has to come from the [players who were in the] draft and, after we allowed Comilla, the other franchises objected. Which is why we held the meeting today but, since we couldn’t come to a conclusion, I have now referred it to the BCB.”

Yunus didn’t confirm by when the BCB is likely to take a decision.

BJP stares at biggest election loss since Modi came to power

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s ruling party could lose power in three key states, four TV networks said on Tuesday, citing votecount leads, potentially handing Prime Minister Narendra Modi his biggest defeat since he took office in 2014, and months ahead of a general election.

The main opposition Congress party could form governments in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and in Rajasthan, all big heartland states that powered Modi to a landslide win in the 2014 general election.

Analysts say a big loss for Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party would signify rural dismay and help unite the opposition, despite his high personal popularity in the face of criticism that he did not deliver on promises of jobs for young people and better conditions for farmers.

“We’ve all voted for Congress this time and our candidate is winning here,” said Bishnu Prasad Jalodia, a wheat grower in Madhya Pradesh, where it appears as if Congress might have to woo smaller parties to keep out Modi’s party.

“BJP ignored us farmers, they ignored those of us at the bottom of the pyramid.”

The elections are also a test for Rahul Gandhi, president of the left-of-centre Congress, who is trying to forge a broad alliance with regional groups and face Modi with his most serious challenge yet, in the election that must be held by May.

In Rajasthan, the Congress was leading in 114 of the 199 seats contested, against 81 for the BJP, in the initial round of voting, India Today TV said.

In Chhattisgarh, the Congress was ahead in 59 of the 90 seats at stake, with the BJP at 24. In Madhya Pradesh, the most important of the five states that held assembly elections over the past few weeks, Congress was ahead, with 112 of 230 seats. The Hindu nationalist BJP was at 103, the network said.

Three other TV channels also said Congress was leading in the three states, with regional parties leading in two smaller states that also voted, Telangana in the south and Mizoram in the northeast.

Poll analysts cautioned that with the counting in preliminary stages, it was still too early to predict the outcome of state races involving millions of voters.

Local issues usually dominate state polls, but politicians are seeing the elections as a pointer to the national vote just months away.

Indian markets recovered some ground after an early fall as the central bank governor’s unexpected resignation the previous day shocked investors.

The rupee currency dropped as much as 1.5 percent to 72.465 per dollar, while bond yields rose 12 basis points to 7.71 percent after the resignation of Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel.

The broader NSE share index was down 1.3 percent, with investors cautious ahead of the election results.

“As the three erstwhile BJP states have a large agrarian population, the BJP’s drubbing could be interpreted to mean that farm unrest is real,” Nomura said in a research note before the results.

“A rout of the BJP on its homeground states should encourage cohesion among the opposition parties to strengthen the non-BJP coalition for the general elections.”

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Rahul Gandhi, the fourth generation scion of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty, has sought to build a coalition of regional groups, some headed by experienced firebrand, ambitious politicians.

Congress has already said it would not name Rahul Gandhi, who is seen as lacking experience, as a prime ministerial candidate.

“When one and one become eleven, even the mighty can be dethroned,” opposition leader Akhilesh Yadav said of the prospect of growing opposition unity.

Reporting by Krishna N. Das, additional reporting by Savio Shetty in MUMBAI; Editing by Robert Birsel and Clarence Fernandez

Watch: DeepVeer dance at Isha Ambani’s sangeet

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The star-studded sangeet ceremony of Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal has been all over the internet. The lavish do was graced by the who’s who of Bollywood and many other VIP celebrities. While we have come across many stars dancing at the sangeet party, the videos of the newly-wedded Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh takes away the cake!

Also See: Watch Salman Khan dancing to the tunes of Shah Rukh Khan’s song ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ at Isha Ambani’s Sangeet ceremony

We came across some videos where we can see Deepika and Ranveer dancing their heart out at the sangeet party. While Deepika can be seen grooving on songs like ‘Gallan Goodiyan’ and ‘Chogada’, Ranveer Singh shows off his signature dance moves on ‘Khaliballi’ and Tareefan’.

Deepika looks ravishing in her red hot attire, while Ranveer looks dapper as ever in his tuxedo.

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Also See: Photos: Shah Rukh Khan, Sachin Tendulkar, Karan Johar and others return from Isha Ambani’s sangeet ceremony

Deepika and Ranveer recently got hitched on November 14-15 at Lake Como in Italy in presence of their family and close friends.

Jailbreak Users Should Avoid iOS 12 for Now

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Since the iPhone was released Apple has always insisted that iOS has been developed as a closed platform in order to protect users from dangerous malware. Tech-savvy users didn’t agree and they created Jailbreak versions of iOS that allow you to install apps form external sources and a variety of useful tweaks.

Jailbreak has been viewed negatively by Apple since the very first iterations were released. The Cupertino company has continued to increase iOS security as it tries to block the development of new Jailbreak versions. Its latest attempts are quite successful since there is no Jailbreak version beyond iOS 11.3.1 while the latest official version is iOS 12.0.1.

The war wages on as Apple will no longer sign iOS 12.0.1. The change will restrict users that decide to update to iOS 12 as they will no longer be able to revert to a previous version. While the change won’t affect average users those that prefer to use Jailbreak versions will be upset.

Most users have already switched to iOS 12 in order to enjoyed new features like Group Face Time, improved battery life and performance and a host of other useful features.

The Jailbreak scene has been trying to crack iOS 12 for a while but the chances of succeeding are quite slim. A few names announced that they have managed to jailbreak iOS 12 but refused to offer the image filefor public use, a decision that may hint towards a different reality.

A number of sites have surfaced in the last weeks claiming to offer one-tap solutions that allow you to Jailbreak devices that have been already upgraded to iOS 12. In most cases the solution is either paid or it features in-app purchases that can go up to $20.

According to the professional Jailbreak scene you should avoid them since they are nothing more than scams designed to hustle you into paying for a non-functional app at best and harmful malware in the worst case.

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Two arrested at MSL match over suspected involvement in ‘betting activity’

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Two men were arrested at Kingsmead in Durban on Friday, during the Mzansi Super League (MSL) match between Durban Heat and Jozi Stars, amid concerns about their possible involvement with “betting activity”. They were released on bail after being charged with trespassing.

The two British citizens were reportedly watching the match from a hospitality suite at the ground when the arrests happened. This is the second such incident at an MSL game, after organisers confirmed that two other men were arrested at the beginning of the tournament, during Paarl Rocks’ home game against Tshwane Spartans at Boland Park on November 18.

CSA chief executive Thabang Moroe suggested that MSL organisers were closely monitoring instances of spectators at grounds relaying live information to assist gambling operations – a practice known as “court-siding”. He said anti-corruption protocols had been enhanced during the MSL and also called on fans attending games to be vigilant and to report any betting-related activities.

“The protocols included the sighting of any person deemed to be engaging in betting activities or the facilitation of betting activities within stadiums,” Moroe said. “Such persons will be removed from the stadium and face possible arrest.

“With the use of enhanced technology, match-fixers are using people posing as fans in the stadium to relay live data to illegal betting houses functioning abroad. To prevent such activities, we have strengthened our in-stadium monitoring and protection capabilities, including the active surveillance of crowd activities.

“Cricket-loving fans will recognise the risk that corrupt activities present to the game. We call on all fans to assist us in reporting any ‘live’ betting-related activities from any viewing areas within the stadium so that these can be monitored and addressed.”

The pair arrested in Durban had allegedly already been banned by CSA from attending any fixtures. The two, said to be businessmen aged 34 and 35, were taken to Durban Central police station after their arrest and charged with trespassing, and subsequently released on R500 (USD35) bail each. They are being represented by attorney Roy Singh.

“If my clients were banned by CSA, why did they sell tickets to them?” Singh was quoted as saying by IOL. “While in the suite, security officials pounced on them and questioned them about their attendance, as they said they were banned. They were also interrogated by CSA officials about sports betting and match-fixing.

“At the police station, I was able to show the officers that there was no evidence in their possession to prove that my clients were involved with match-fixing or sports betting and I asked for them to be released.

“My clients believe the authorities acted on hearsay evidence that they were involved with sports betting and match-fixing, which eventually led to their arrest. Therefore, they’ve asked me to pursue the matter with the high court.”

Assembly election results could halt Prime Minister Modi’s winning streak

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Prime Minister Narendra Modi is staring at election losses in big heartland states, polls show, suggesting that farm distress and a lack of jobs for growing numbers of young people could prove stumbling blocks for his re-election bid in May.

India counts votes on Tuesday from five states that chose new assemblies over the past month, but exit polls show Modi’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) could lose the three most important races, while it has little presence in two smaller states dominated by regional parties.

The loss would be the biggest for Modi’s Hindu nationalists since they swept to power in 2014 general elections, followed by wins over the past four years in 22 of India’s 29 states, on promises of thousands of jobs and a doubling in farm income.

Politicians view state polls, though they are usually decided by regional issues, as a pointer to the mood of the BJP’s traditional voting base, ahead of a general election that must be held by May.

“The results will set the tone for the 2019 election,” said Sachin Pilot, a leader of the main opposition Congress party.

Congress is tipped to win in Rajasthan, scrape through in Chhattisgarh and is locked in a photo finish with the BJP in Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh are among India’s biggest states.

“The BJP has made a lot of tall claims about income, jobs etc,” Pilot added. “They came out with 28 slogans, ‘Swachh Bharat’ (‘Clean India’), ‘Make in India’ and such, but how many were implemented?”

Modi remains the frontrunner for the general election, however, trailed in personal ratings by his main challenger, Congress president Rahul Gandhi.

Modi promised to clean up India and turn it into a top tourist destination as well as lift the share of manufacturing in its economy to a quarter of gross domestic product, following the example of China.

But it has grown only slightly, to 17 percent, with nearly all the ambitious clean-up programmes for cities and the river Ganges, as well as the Make-in-India campaign to build a domestic industrial base, largely unfulfilled.

Anger over weak farm prices, slow growth in rural wages and small businesses hit by a new nationwide goods and service tax has also boiled over, provoking protests by tens of thousands of farmers in Delhi and Mumbai.

Although the BJP might drop a few seats because of anti-incumbency sentiment, it was not losing everything, as some surveys forecast, said party spokesman G.V.L. Narasimha Rao.

“They have underassessed the BJP,” he added. “They have done it previously too.”

Surveys often prove wrong, partly because it is tough to forecast the outcome of elections involving India’s millions of voters.


Still, a poor performance could prompt the BJP to push its brand of Hindu nationalism harder, politicians and analysts say.

“The BJP campaign will focus on nationalism, Hindutva and corruption,” said Shekhar Gupta, a political analyst, using a term that refers to the party’s Hindu-first plank.

Hindus make up about 80 percent of India’s population of 1.3 billion, while Muslims are about 14 percent.

Already hardline groups associated with the party have reignited their campaign for a temple to the god-king Rama at a site where Hindu zealots razed a 16th-century mosque in 1992.

Thousands of Hindu monks and activists linked to the BJP gathered in New Delhi on Sunday in a show of force to back the temple.

Hindu fringe groups have stepped up a campaign against the slaughter of cows, which many in India consider sacred, as vigilante groups target Muslims in the livestock trade.

Modi is expected to try to recover political ground with giveaways in the next few months for small businesses and farmers, who make up a big chunk of voters.

“The state elections will be seen as a litmus test of Modi’s popularity,” said Simon Finch, fund manager at London-based Ashburton Investments.

“However, we would expect any blemishes to be met with a continuation of the populist measures increasingly evident during the past four years.”

If the BJP did well, that would be a further catalyst for the market, said Mike Sell, head of Asian investments at asset management firm Alquity, who sees Modi’s economic measures, such as a unified goods and services tax, eventually paying off.

“Even if they did badly, they wouldn’t make us do anything negative and we will use any weakness as a buying opportunity.”

Editing by Clarence Fernandez

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