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Those that buy the new iPhone 5S, which includes a fingerprint reader, will have to watch out for criminals who want to cut off their digits in order to gain access to their phones, an expert has warned.
Marc Rogers, who is chief researcher at mobile security firm Lookout, said although the sensors provided greater security, thieves have been known to mutilate victims to acquire use of their gadgets.
He added even if criminals did not cut off fingers they may become more brutal because of the security measure.
‘Unlocking a device with a fingerprint, if done right, can be much more convenient than entering a pin code multiple times a day,’ said Mr Rogers.
‘Thieves in some regions have worked out that you can force a victim to unlock a secured device, and in some extreme cases have also mutilated victims in order to steal their fingerprint.’
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The gold rush has begun at the foot of Jerusalem’sTemple Mount. During summer excavations conducted by Hebrew University of Jerusalem archaeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar, two bundles of treasures were found. The treasure trove contained 36 gold coins, gold and silver jewelry, and a gold medallion with the menorah (Temple candelabrum) symbol etched into it. Also etched into the 10-cm medallion are a shofar (ram’s horn) and a Torah scroll. The extraordinary find is known as the “Ophel Treasure.”
The ancient menorah medallion, shown below, is most likely an ornament for a Torah scroll making it the earliest Torah scroll ornament found to date in archaeological excavations. Several other Torah scroll ornaments, including a smaller gold medallion, two pendants, a gold coil and a silver clasp, were found buried with the medallion.
Dr. Mazar is a third-generation archaeologist and she currently directs the excavations on…
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In an interview on Fox and Friends, this morning – the 12th anniversary of 9/11 – “America’s Mayor” Rudy Giuliani said that in regards to Syria, the president is acting in the opposite way that a leader should act.
“We’re going to negotiate with Russia and Syria and Syria is going to let us inspect the chemical weapons they’ve always denied having. Something in that picture is very strange”, Giuliani said.
He went on to say that what worries him is that the president’s vacillation on Syria “makes the US look weak, and it cedes leadership to the Russians. I don’t get that.”
Asked about his thoughts on the administration’s handling of the Benghazi attack one year later, Giuliani said, “I have real questions about whether it ever had to happen in the first place, I have a significant amount of questions about the failure to give security to that…
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