Those credentials - available to anyone who opened the Android app up and viewed its code - gave the researcher access Amazon S3 buckets, online databases operated by Cameo, that contained passowrds hashed and encrypted using a fairly weak process called Salt, phone numbers, email addresses, and names. … [Read more...] about Cameo app that lets users pay celebrities to do custom shout-outs was found exposing passwords, email addresses, and private videos
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The very absences in Cromwell's life story seduced Mantel. "Elton said he was unbiographable," says Mantel. "The private man is hardly discoverable, which is not a problem for a novelist." Rather, it gave her an opportunity: to imagine what this blacksmith's son from Putney was like and how he made his way to the apex of Tudor England's power pyramid proved an irresistible lure for her. She loves the person she's substantially imagined on the page, making him – though nasty, brutish and short – utterly seductive, witty, multilingual and, two-thirds of the way into her version of his story at least, apparently indestructible. "Lock Cromwell in a deep dungeon in the morning," she writes in Bring Up the Bodies, "and when you come back that night he'll be sitting on a plush cushion eating larks' tongues, and all the jailers will owe him money." … [Read more...] about Hilary Mantel: ‘If I’m suffering, I can make that pay’
She also posted to Instagram around the same time: 'This kind of scrutiny and speculation is a lot to take on for one person to take on their own... I’m a human being at the end of the day and I’m not going to be silenced when I have a story to tell and a life to keep going with... … [Read more...] about ‘We’re all fragile’: Paddy McGuiness shares his final messages with Caroline Flack as he pays tribute to the star after she was found dead aged 40
That wasn't how Malter remembered the talks. "I wanted to avoid police action," he told DW. "The condition I made was that they voluntarily left the building. I didn't get the impression that the occupiers really had any interest in that, because it was a concerted action in different locations in Berlin — at the same time it was a political signal, and I am sure they were expecting a clearance." … [Read more...] about What comes next for Berlin’s building squatters?
In another simulation, where there was less than a year left before the asteroid entered its keyhole, Paek said, it would be too late for scouts, and just sending a kinetic impactor might not reach the asteroid before it passed through. … [Read more...] about MIT scientists create doomsday computer program to decide what to do if an asteroid is unexpectedly discovered on a crash course for Earth