The source code for one of the most secretive parts of the iPhone's operating system appears to have been leaked online.
House prices rise in Northern Ireland
For the United Kingdom overall, agents are expecting house prices to be roughly flat in the coming three months. Similarly, newly agreed sales also slipped, extending the run of negative readings back to last March.
Having access to such source code is one way for security researchers to find flaws in source code and report any bugs they might throw up that could be exploited by hackers.
Jonathan Levin, an author who penned a book series on iOS and Mac OS X, told Motherboard, "This is the biggest leak in history". Levin and other security researchers believe the code is the real deal. It also contains the bootrom source code for certain devices. Security researchers will be able to use it to find vulnerabilities which could compromise a device or possibly contribute to a jailbreak. Motherboard describes it as "like the iPhone's BIOS". Apple offers up to $200,000 (1 crore) for bugs found through its bounty program. That's is the max payment the program offers, as a report past year indicated.
Look Arsenal just the tonic for Wenger
Arsene Wenger does not feel Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang downed tools for Borussia Dortmund ahead of his move to Arsenal last month. Indeed, Dortmund chief executive stated that Aubameyang withheld performances in order to force his switch to The Emirates.
Though iPhone users are not at immediate risk following the leak, security experts have warned that hackers could develop ways to recreate the code and alter it for their own malicious purposes in the future.
In spite of Apple receiving numerous requests for comment from news organizations, including us, Apple has been quiet on the incident, not wanting to admit to the code's origin.
Watch Curling Begin 2018 South Korea Games
Ms Kim, believed to be about 30, was promoted in October to be an alternate member of the party's powerful politburo. However, Kim Yo-jong is banned from entering the United States due to links to human rights abuses in North Korea.