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Jul
2016

Latest Apple updates have fixed major Stagefright-like security hole in TIFF image handling

Apple’s OSes suffer from a previously unknown exploit which could allow an attacker to compromise the security of a device by having the user open an unsuspecting TIFF image file. Thankfully, the vulnerability has been patched in the most recent releases of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. Resembling the dangerous Stagefright exploit that plagued Google’s Android platform for the...

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21
Jul
2016

Video walkthrough: changes & fixes in macOS Sierra beta 3

Monday, Apple seeded a third developer-only beta of macOS Sierra (build number “16A254g”) to members of the Apple Developer Program, followed by a version suited for public beta testers 24 hours later. After spending some quality time with Sierra’s third beta, our own Andrew O’Hara summed up for you guys all the changes and fixes he’s discovered in Sierra’s beta […]

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21
Jul
2016

Huge cannon used to unravel Man in the Moon mystery

Scientists at Brown University have studied the geological features of the Imbrium Basin on the Moon, ...

The legendary Man in the Moon has many origin stories, but we may be closer to understanding how he developed one of his defining features. Scientists at Brown University have proposed a new theory based on the geological features of the Moon's surface, suggesting that the Imbrium Basin (the "right eye") is the result of a collision with an enormous protoplanet-sized asteroid.

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