San Francisco owes money to Steve Jobs for parking tickets and a first ransomware has appeared on the Mac

San Francisco owes money to Steve Jobs for parking tickets and a first ransomware has appeared on the Mac
San Francisco owes money to Steve Jobs for parking tickets and a first ransomware has appeared on the Mac




The City of San Francisco recently announced that 6.1 million "extra". This is due parking tickets overpaid by many citizens. Among the list, there is a Steve Jobs. Indeed, the city of San Francisco has a list of people who are eligible for reimbursement. In terms of Steve Jobs, the amount is 174 dollars for four different parking spaces. Besides the boss of Apple, Travis Kalanick, Uber's boss is also concerned at the level of 510 dollars.

In the case of Steve Jobs, this money is considered a capital of his fortune. The manager of his estate should apply for the $ 174 that would accrue to the beneficiaries named in the will of the former Apple boss. In view of the sum, nobody can guess easily enough that will occur for these 174 dollars. For information, the $ 6.1 million excess collected by the city of San Francisco were obtained between 1995 and 2012. It is to wonder why the American city has not done it sooner!

Craig Federighi (responsible for iOS) think the FBI request would endanger everyone’s privacy



Craig Federighi published an editorial on the Washington Post website to give its opinion on the case between Apple and the FBI. The main interest is more than important here as it is the vice president in charge of iOS and OS X, the iPhone shooter San Bernardino that will unlock the FBI is somehow related to him - a software perspective.

In his editorial, Craig Federighi believes that the proposed encryption to date on iPhone ensures the best possible safety for users. It recognizes that any solution is not 100% reliable because the code is written by humans, there may be errors that are then used as faults. But Apple does need to correct if any.

According to him, the request of the FBI and the US government is "disappointing" because it pushes Apple to make a step backwards in terms of security. For them, the security offered with iOS 7 (encryption debuted with iOS 8) widely enough and suggest Apple to return to them. "But the security of iOS 7, which was at the forefront in its release, was circumvented by hackers," said Craig Federighi. A flashback is not possible to respect user privacy.

He added that the withdrawal of the features of IOS requested by the FBI and US forces "would become a weakness that hackers and criminals could use to wreak havoc on privacy and personal security of all." He concluded by saying that it is not possible not to respect the privacy of all users.

KeRanger becomes the first ransomware to infect Mac



A first ransomware has appeared on the Mac, and it's clearly not good news. Named KeRanger, ransomware that aims to encrypt the hard drive of the users and then ask them for money to decrypt it. If they do not pay, their data will be lost. KeRanger has emerged with the application Transmission, the most popular client for download torrents on Mac. Version 2.90 has been infected with ransomware, some users have been affected without knowing it. It will set up tomorrow, it is important to block it immediately.


To find out if you are infected, open Activity Monitor and then look for a process named "kernel_service". If so, click it twice and check if there is something with the name "/ Users // Library / kernel_service". If that's the case, close the process. And especially (!) Update transmission with the 2.91 update. Apple announced Reuters ransomware be aware of and has already revoked the certificate from a legitimate developer who has installed KeRanger on Mac. Rummaging through the XProtect file from Apple.
San Francisco owes money to Steve Jobs for parking tickets and a first ransomware has appeared on the Mac San Francisco owes money to Steve Jobs for parking tickets and a first ransomware has appeared on the Mac Reviewed by Sajid Khan on 11:11 PM Rating: 5

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