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iOS 10.1.1 Is Causing Battery Issues For Many iPhone Users

An anonymous reader writes: A recent iOS update to 10.1.1 fix Apple's Health application has had unintended consequences for many users -- shutdown at 30% battery remaining and lack of audio using Apple Earpods. Users on an Apple forum report that th...
by Remote Network on Nov 28, 2016

iOS WebView Bug Can Force iPhones To Make Calls While UI Freezes

An anonymous reader writes: "A bug in the iOS WebView component allows an attacker to force someone's iPhone to dial any number, while also locking the user's interface for a few moments, preventing him to cancel the outgoing call," reports BleepingC...
by Remote Network on Nov 10, 2016

17 BUGS FIFA 2017, SI, LO HA VUELTO A HACER

Algunos dan más miedo que risa, perfecto para la época de Halloween, FIFA lo hace adrede sin duda, aunque es venderse a cambio del más absoluto ridículo.Hemos perdido la cabeza por jugarindecisiónAquí hay amuuoorEscapar a lo Dr.ZoibergAy que me...
by LaS FRiKaDaS on Nov 1, 2016

Linus Torvalds Says 'Buggy Crap' Made It Into Linux 4.8

Two days after Linus Torvalds announced the release of Linux 4.8, he began apologizing for a bug fix gone bad. The Register reports: "I'm really sorry I applied that last series from Andrew just before doing the 4.8 release, because they cause proble...
by Remote Network on Oct 5, 2016

T-Mobile To iPhone Users: Do Not Download iOS 10 For Now

If you have an iPhone, and you're on T-Mobile network, do not install iOS 10 for now. The U.S. carrier warned on Thursday that the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the iPhone 5SE users who downloaded Apple's newest iOS software were facing connectivity i...
by Remote Network on Sep 15, 2016

General Motors Recalls 4.3 Million Vehicles Over a Software Bug

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: If you own a GM vehicle from 2014-2017, listen up: General Motors is recalling nearly 4.3 million vehicles worldwide after discovering a software defect that prevents air bags from deploying during a...
by Remote Network on Sep 9, 2016

Staff Breach At OneLogin Exposes Password Storage Feature

River Tam quotes a report from CSO Australia: Enterprise access management firm OneLogin has suffered an embarrassing breach tied to a single employee's credentials being compromised. OneLogin on Tuesday revealed the breach affected a feature called...
by Remote Network on Aug 31, 2016

A-Z TRIVIA WEDNESDAY: BUG

According to Lynn Collins, director William Friedkin never took more than four takes to get a scene in this film, and in fact worked so fast that the actors sometimes had to beg him to do a second take when he thought they’d nailed it the first...
by Written in Blood on Jul 20, 2016

BadTunnel Bug Hijacks Network Traffic, Affects All Windows Versions

An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft has just patched a vulnerability that affects all Windows versions ever released. Called BadTunnel, the security flaw allows attackers to pass as a WAPD or ISATAP server and intercept all network traffic. Exploit...
by Remote Network on Jun 15, 2016

Many Lexus Navigation Systems Bricked By Over-The-Air Software Update

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: An unknown number of Lexus automobiles have seen their infotainment and navigation head units broken by a bug in an over-the-air software update from Lexus. The glitch, which was confirmed by a Lexu...
by Remote Network on Jun 8, 2016

Fifa Superstars Hack and 100% Win Bot

Do you want to get Unlimited coins or the highest level in FIFA Superstars? If you do you will need some FIFA Superstars Hacks or FIFA Superstars cheats. FIFA Superstars […]...
by Latest Facebook Game Cheats on May 24, 2016

BITes: ImageTragick, Windows95, metadatos, top, peligros DRM, software libre y más

Hace unas cuantas semanas que no publico un resumen de enlaces, así que éste debe ser especial, vamos, un poco más largo, y mira que me dejo cosas, de lo mucho que ha pasado en el mundo tecnológico estos días, aunque hay algunos temas que me han...
by Poesía Binaria on May 22, 2016

iOS 9.3.2 Bricking Some 9.7-inch iPad Pro Devices With 'Error 56' Message

An anonymous reader writes: iOS 9.3.2 is causing problems for some 9.7-inch iPad Pro owners, with multiple users reporting issues shortly after installing the update over the air. Affected users are seeing an "Error 56" message that instructs them to...
by Remote Network on May 18, 2016

Apple Says It Doesn't Know Why iTunes Users Are Losing Their Music Files

Earlier this month, an Apple Music user James Pinkstone claimed that the online music streaming service deleted 122GB of music from his library for no apparent reason. Several Slashdot readers noted they had also faced a similar issue or knew someone...
by Remote Network on May 14, 2016

Pioneer Trail Coins Wood Food Horseshoe Cheat Tool

Pioneer Trail aka Frontierville – Coins, Wood, Food, Horseshoe Cheat Tool Version  Using this tool will generate you a coins, wood, food and horseshoe for free make sure you are logged […]...
by Latest Facebook Game Cheats on Apr 30, 2016

Node.js Version 6 Released With LTS

dmleonard618 writes: The JavaScript runtime Node.js has reached version 6.0, and unlike version 5.0 this version will receive Long Term Support (LTS). LTS is meant to provide the release with long-term stability, reliability, performance and security...
by Remote Network on Apr 26, 2016

MIT Bug Finder Uncovers Flaws In Web Apps In 64 Seconds

itwbennett quotes a report from CSO: A new tool from MIT exploits some of the idiosyncrasies in the Ruby on Rails programming framework to quickly uncover new ones, writes Katherine Noyes. In tests on 50 popular web applications written using Ruby on...
by Remote Network on Apr 15, 2016

Clicking on Links in iOS 9.3 Can Crash Your iPhone and iPad

Reader lxrocks writes: Many users are experiencing an issue with their iPhone and iPad wherein trying to open a link on Safari, Mail, Chrome or any other app causes it to freeze and crash. The issue renders any type of search with Safari as useless a...
by Remote Network on Mar 29, 2016

What's Frying the Electrical Systems On BART Trains?

Tekla Perry writes: Earlier this month, BART engineers shut down a substation in hopes that the closure would quiet the power surges that were frying the electrical propulsion equipment on BART cars -- a peak of 40 in just one day in February. The sh...
by Remote Network on Mar 17, 2016

DoD Announces New Bug Bounty Program Called Hack the Pentagon

Quince alPillan writes: Announcing what it calls "the first cyber bug bounty program in the history of the federal government," the Department of Defense says it's inviting vetted hackers to test the security of its web pages and networks. Vetted hac...
by Remote Network on Mar 2, 2016


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