Fujitsu Shows New Iris Scan Tech To Unlock Smartphones

   Forget using your fingerprint to unlock your phone -- how about using your eyeball, Minority Report-style, instead? That's the future being promised by Fujitsu, which has been busy showing off its latest iris-scanning technology at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

This isn't the first time we've seen this type of tech, but Fujitsu says its system is at an advanced stage and could be rolling out in smartphones sooner rather than later.

The prototype on the exhibition floor at MWC weighs less than 1 gram and fits on top of a regular smartphone. It contains a miniature infrared LED light and a miniature infrared camera. Once users have registered their retinas, the phone can be unlocked in less than a second.

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The iris recognition algorithm has been developed by a California company called Delta ID, and according to Fujitsu the error rate is roughly 1 in 100,000 -- just make sure you don't blink.

The technology could be ready to go this time next year, Fujitsu says, giving us yet another secure way to unlock smartphones, log into online accounts, and make payments on the go.

There's an online demo video showing off the system too. "This device can be used to unlock applications and for cloud authentication," Fujitsu's Takuya Kitamura told PC World. "Fujitsu is also working to make this an enterprise security solution, adding iris authentication to fingerprint and vein scanning."

Barracuda Backup Server 290

Need a simple way to secure all your data? Want both on-site and cloud backup? Then, at the risk of sounding like a Cillit Bang ad, you need Barracuda’s amazing Backup Server 290. Time-poor IT staff in small-to-medium-sized businesses will particularly love its simple setup : during local backup job creation, you simply tick one extra box to have the source data replicated to Barracuda’s cloud servers.

Management doesn’t get any easier either, with all configuration carried out via the company’s Cloud Control portal. Deployment took us a reasonable 30 minutes as we connected a monitor and keyboard to the appliance, provided a static IP address and made sure our Windows Active Directory system was its default DNS server. From the portal, we used the unique serial number and code provided to link the appliance to our account. Then three green connection lights lit up on the local console, and we were ready to start declaring our test systems for backup.
Downloaded from the portal, the same agent is used for all Windows systems regardless of the OS version or the apps they’re running. You can elect to copy everything on each system, or select drives, folders, files and the system state. For our Hyper-V host, we quickly selected the VMs we wanted secured. SQL Server 2014 wasn’t a problem since we could pick all or individual databases while backing up the entire mailbox database for Exchange Server 2013.

We also wanted message-level backups (MLBs), which required a dedicated service account to be created and one Exchange Management Shell command run to define impersonation rights. The process was well documented and took only five minutes to complete. We then selected individual Exchange mailboxes for backup and restore.
Schedules dictate when current jobs are run each day, and you can repeat them as often as every minute. Barracuda’s “incremental forever” method runs one full backup followed by regular incrementals – but we recommend spacing out your first backups, as LAN performance isn’t great. A Windows 8.1 full system backup averaged at only 9MB/sec.
The Backup Server 290 has 1TB of raw mirrored storage and a recommended backup capacity of 500GB. This may not at first appear generous, but Barracuda’s variable block-level deduplication increases available capacity significantly. During the test, we backed up almost 300GB, but the portal’s dashboard showed this had been reduced to 199GB, using only 22% of the appliance’s capacity.
To recover data from the appliance, we selected a system, picked what we wanted to restore and decided where to send it. The Share Copy option sends the data to Barracuda’s Copy hosted file-sharing service for presentation to remote workers.

We tested bare-metal recovery by booting a Windows 8.1 host using Barracuda’s ISO image. From the recovery environment, we selected the local appliance and left it to fully restore the system from the latest backup.
The cloud vault is accessed using the Download option in the restore pane, but can currently only be used to recover from file- and message-level backups. SQL Server and Exchange databases plus Hyper-V VMs must be restored from the local appliance, although the next release will add cloud support  for these items. If the appliance does go belly up, Barracuda’s Instant Replacement service will seed a new one and, for up to a 1TB capacity, will have it with you the next day.
The Backup Server 290 may look expensive, but the price shown includes a three-year subscription to the update and replacement services, plus all the cloud storage the appliance can eat.
What impresses us the most, however, is its total support for all Windows systems and apps, integral Exchange MLB and the one-button cloud backup activation. It’s an A-Lister in our eyes.
Chassis type1U rack-mount chassis
Storage capacity2 x 1TB mirrored SATA hard disks
ConnectivityGigabit Ethernet, 2 x USB 2, VGA
OS SupportWindows XP SP3+ l Linux
Account details3yr subscription for Energise, Instant Replacement and Unlimited cloud storage

iAP Cracker for iOS 8.0 and 8.1

IAP cracker for iOS 8.0 and 8.1 is finally released after the confirmed Jailbreak of iOS 8.0 and 8.1. Before starting with the installing of IAP cracker for iOS 8.0 and 8.1, it is necessary to Jailbreak your iDevice running on iOS 8.0. Installing Cydia for iOS 8.0 and 8.1 is an important process through jailbreak that is necessary to install IAP cracker for iOS 8.0 and 8.1

IAP cracker, is a tool for iOS devices running on iOS 8.0/8.1 and also we have the IAP cracker for iOS 7.1.2 / 7.1.1 / 6.0, which bypasses the payment page, letting users to get full application functionality to experience the real game or application usage. IAP crackers allows you to get all paid in-app purchases free of cost.  So iAP cracker enables you to use all in-app purchases and get free coins for all your games that are been played in your iOS device.

Step-1: Jail break your iOS 8.0/8.1 using Pangu process. Read our How to jailbreak iOS 8.0/8.1
Step-2: Once you Jailbreak your iOS 8.0/8.1, then Cydia for iOS 8 will be installed in your iDevice. open your Cydia.

Step-3: Click on the Cydia app for iOS 8.0 and 8.1. Once the Cydia configures your device with the start start, it will open up. Click on the Sources tab in your Cydia. In order to install iAP cracker, you need a Repo URL that has to be installed. Once the Repo is installed in Cydia, you can go ahead and download the iAP cracker.

Step-4: How to add Repo directory to download IAP cracker in iOS 8.0Click on the “Edit” on the top menu of Cydia app. In the Edit menu, you can add the Repo URl, in order to install the directory to your Cydia. Add the url:” and click on Add source.

Step-5: Now after installing the repo. Click on the installed repo and Click the all packages. You can find the application “Local Apstore”. If you unable to find then search the Repo with the mentioned name “Local Apstore” and install it. Once the installation is done, your springboard with Restart.

Step-6: Final installation and testing on Temple run: Now go to settings and Click on Local Apstore and enable the option as shown in the picture below.

How to Use installed IAP cracker in iOS 8.0 and 8.1 to get free coins in games like temple run:
1. Finally, you have downloaded and installed iAP application for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Now it seems you are ready to go, so, go to in-app application and choose one of he paid item. Click on “Buy” to proceed.

2. If you are redirect directly to item page, then it means iAP cracker is working for this application or if you have been redirect to Apple login page or ask for login id, then it means that this Cydia hack doesn’t work with that particular app. Try another application. Keep on.

Jailbreak iOS 8.0, 8.1

Jailbreak iOS 8.1 - iOS 8 available for download.It's free utility from Pangu team for jb. After that, you can see Cydia iOS 8 (with AppSync iOS 8) on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running on last Apple's iOS. Anyone who want see new tweaks and features on smartphones must read this a full guide.

You MUST restore or update your iOS to iOS 8.1 via iTunes.

To iOS 8.1 Download Click Here

Step 1: Turn Off Find My iPhone via: go to Settings > iCloud –> Find My iPhone 

Step 2: Download Pangu Jailbreak Utility From Here

Jailbreak iOS 8.1, 8.0.2, 8.0.1, 8.0  with Cydia Store incl.: 
Pangu8_v1.2.1 - version:  Mac – Windows (Mega link)

Jailbreak iOS 8.1, 8.0.2, 8.0.1, 8.0  with Cydia Store incl.: 
Pangu8_v1.2 - version:  Mac – Windows ( Mirror )

Jailbreak iOS 8.1, 8.0.2, 8.0.1, 8.0  with Cydia Store incl.: 
Pangu8_v1.1.0 - version:  Mac – WindowsMirror )

Jailbreak iOS 8.1, 8.0.2, 8.0.1, 8.0 : 
Pangu8_v1.0.1 - version:  Mac – Windows (Mirror) 

Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2, 7.1.1, 7.1 : 
Pangu v1.2 - English version:  Mac – Windows 

Jailbreak iOS 7.1.2 : 
Pangu v1.1 - English version:  Mac – Windows 

Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 - iOS 7.1:
Pangu v1.1 - English version:  Mac – Windows  
Pangu v1.0 - Mac / Windows [ Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1 - iOS 7.1 ] 

Step 3: Connect yours device running on iOS 8.1 (8.0.2 and 8.0) in to your computer’s USB port

Step 4: Run downloaded Pangu8 file.

Step 5: Tap on the "Start Jailbreak" button. (checkbox must be unchecked)

Step 6: Jailbreak Utility will start. Wait. You can see Pangu app icon on the Home screen.

Step 7: Tap Pangu icon on Home Screen.

Step 9: Done

Download iOS 8,8.0.2, 8.1 for iPhone, iPad, iPod

iOS 8 download links for all confirmed iOS 8 devices. Apple iOS 8 is new extraordinaire technology, features, usability. Best time for iOS 8 Download links - today!!! You can download iOS 8 for fre now. The latest Apple's iOS 7 has caused rough debate and the company Apple will release a really stable and modern iOS 8. iOS 8 - What is new? Features, Usability, Colors or all in one? Technology evolves and the company should not stand still. Competition from Samsung is pushing to move forward. 

Method  1.

  1. Select your device and click “Settings”
  2. Click “General”
  3. Click “Software Update”
  4. Download new iOS 8

Method 2. (Recommended)

  1. Download iOS 8 firmware for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch.
  2. Open iTunes and connect your iDevice via USB cable
  3. Select your device from the left navigation panel on iTunes 11
  4. Hold down the Shift (Windows) or Alt/Option (Mac) key and hit the restore button on iTunes
  5. Browse and select the downloaded iOS 8 IPSW file. Let the restore process complete.

Method 3.
  1. Connect your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad to your computer running iTunes 11 via USB cable
  2. New firmware iOS 8 availability message will appear
  3. Hit the “Download and Install” button.
  4. It’ll download and install iOS 8 on your iDevice.

iOS 8.1 Download Links
iPad Air (5th generation WiFi + Cellular)
iPad Air (5th generation WiFi)
iPad Air (5th generation CDMA)
iPad (4th generation CDMA)
iPad (4th generation GSM)
iPad (4th generation WiFi)
iPad mini (CDMA)
iPad mini (GSM)
iPad mini (WiFi)
iPad mini 2 (WiFi + Cellular)
iPad mini 2 (WiFi)
iPad mini 2 (CDMA)
iPad 3 Wi-Fi (3rd generation)
iPad 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (GSM)
iPad 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)
iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)
iPhone 5 (CDMA)
iPhone 5 (GSM)
iPhone 5c (CDMA)
iPhone 5c (GSM)
iPhone 5s (CDMA)
iPhone 5s (GSM)
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 4s
iPod touch (5th generation)

iOS 8.0.2 Download Links
iPad Air (5th generation WiFi + Cellular)

iOS 8 Download Links

Breaking Root Password-Shutdown Modes & Controlling Swap file in RHEL7

The video Showing how to break root password in RHEL7. What are the different methods of shutdown or poweroff the RHEL7 machine. Difference between systemctl suspend and systemctl hibernate. How to manage swap file in RHEL7.