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Happy birthday Annibal and D..X and convertor

Today, 06:54 AM

Happy birthday guys enjoy your day and stay healthy  :drunk

Ajax lost the europa league final

24 May 2017 - 01:34 PM


How to hide your embarrassing Instagram posts

23 May 2017 - 08:27 AM

Have some questionable, overly-edited Instagram posts from years ago? Us too.

Instagram's new tool could be your solution if you don't want to delete them entirely.

Facebook-owned  Instagram is testing a new "archive" feature that lets users hide posts to a private space on their profile. As part of the test, users can also un-hide posts at any time to return them to their previous place on the profile page.

Instagram confirmed to CNNTech that it's currently testing the feature and the tool will not appear for all users. The company could expand availability of the feature in the coming months, a representative said.

To use the new tool, tap the menu icon in the top right corner of the post you want to hide. Hit archive, the first option on the menu, and the post will disappear off of your profile. It's the same menu you use to edit, share and delete a post.




If you want the post to reappear on your profile, tap the icon on the top right corner of your profile page to view all of your archived posts and hit "show on profile."

The feature could be useful for hiding old photos that you're not ready to delete completely or for posts you want to keep private.

CNNMoney (New York)First published May 23, 2017: 12:08 PM ET

Source + video: http://money.cnn.com...hive/index.html

Samsung S8 'eye security' fooled by photo

23 May 2017 - 08:08 AM


Samsung's eye-scanning security technology, used on the new Galaxy S8 smartphone, has been fooled with a photograph and a contact lens.

The iris-scanner can be used to unlock the phone simply by looking at it, which Samsung says provides "airtight security".

But researchers at Chaos Computer Club had easily tricked the device with a picture of an eye, motherboard said.

Samsung told the BBC it was "aware of the issue".

The researchers first set up the phone's security by registering a volunteer's eyes using the S8 iris scanner.

They then took a photograph of one of the volunteer's eyes, using a digital camera with an infra-red night vision setting.

After printing the image, the researchers placed a contact lens over the photograph.

The team posted a video showing the S8 smartphone unlocking itself when it saw the false eye.

Samsung said its iris-scanning technology had been through "rigorous testing" to "prevent attempts to compromise its security".

"If there is a potential vulnerability or the advent of a new method that challenges our efforts to ensure security at any time, we will respond as quickly as possible to resolve the issue."

Security expert Ken Munro said the discovery was "another reminder that biometrics is not a silver bullet".

"Personally, I prefer fingerprints to iris unlock. Your fingers are already holding your phone, so why not use prints rather than wave your phone in front of your face?

"If you want to be really secure, choose fingerprints and a secret number. If you must have iris unlock, please walk everywhere with your eyes closed, so your iris can't be photographed."

Galaxy S8 owners have the option of using a password or secret number to unlock their phone, instead of using the iris scanner.

Source: http://www.bbc.com/n...nology-40012990




Feyenoord wins the Dutch league after 18 years

14 May 2017 - 08:08 AM


Im happy :D

teams entering the field