Hundreds of intimate pictures of female celebrities, including Oscar-winning actor Jennifer Lawrence, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and more; were leaked overnight after being stolen from their private collections and posted on infamous web forum 4chan.
How the pictures were obtained remains unconfirmed, but anonymous 4chan users claimed that they were drawn from celebrities’ iCloud accounts. Lawrence herself had complained about the iCloud service, which allows iPad, iPhone and Mac users to synchronise images and other data between devices, in an MTV interview earlier this year.
The images were uploaded to 4chan, the anonymous image sharing website, by users offering more explicit material in exchange for paypal and bitcoin payments. Within hours the photos were being shared on Twitter, and a so called ‘Master List’ has since circulated, identifying the 100 other stars allegedly targeted in one of the biggest mass breaches of celebrity privacy in history. Those named include the singer Rihanna, models Kate Upton and Cara Delevingne and the US footballer Hope Solo.
Apple’s response to the incident is “Tim Cook promises extra iCloud security. Will it work?” In a world were everything is public until you make it private, cloud security is key. iCloud is focusing on photos to store online but let this also be a warning for Microsoft, Google, Dropbox, box.com and more … Can you image that companies confidential data that’s stored in the cloud is hacked?!? I feel the opportunity for an additional security business and the time to educate the world to make everybody aware of the risks of the online world.
Today it seems that every program likes to install windows services for some reason. Apparently the creators think that their program is so important that it must be up to date constantly or somehow just has to be worth spending your CPU power and RAM… just waiting… just in case…if something should happen… which it doesn’t 99.99% of the time.
This post is about the Java updater. This service runs constantly, and the reason for this is that JAVA wants to check for updates once a month. Let’s remove that thing!
To check if you have it running nd eating memory on your computer, take a look in the Task Manager. Press CTRL – SHIFT – ESC.
You should be able to disable his in the control panel, only Sun apparently forgot to put the options in Windows. So let’s look at an alternative way of stopping it.
Navigate to your Java installation’s bin directory. It should be something like – C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\bin – and look for the file javacpl.exe.
Right click on the file javacpl.exe and choose Run as an administrator.
It will open the control panel, and enable you to disable the Java updater. Just untick the selection button. You can now check that the service is gone from the Task Manager.
Click <<OK>> and it should never prompt you again.
Windows is veel veranderd doorheen de jaren. Dit experiment start met Windows 1.0: elke update wordt geïnstalleerd, tot en met Windows 7.
You can subscribe to your or any ‘shared’ calendar posted on Google Calendar. An Internet Calendar Subscription keeps your Outlook copy of your Google Calendar updated. Outlook periodically checks the Google Calendar for updates, and if any are found, they are downloaded to the calendar copy in Outlook 2007. While Google Calendar is a phenomenal web application for managing calendars, many use Outlook 2007. The good thing is you can have the best of both worlds by subscribing to your Google Calendar from Outlook.
Use the following steps to do this:
1. Log on to your Google Calendar account.
2. In the left column, under My Calendars, click the arrow button next to the calendar that you want to add to Outlook as an Internet Calendar Subscription.
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