Had he clicked the link, this is what Citizen Lab says would have happened: Once infected, Mansoor's phone would have become a digital spy in his pocket, capable of employing his i Phone's camera and microphone to snoop on activity in the vicinity of the device, recording his Whats App and Viber calls, logging messages sent in mobile chat apps, and tracking his movements.
Luckily, instead of clicking the link, Mr Mansoor sent the text message to Citizen Lab for them to analyse — you can read their full findings on their website.
When Mitchell arrived, half a dozen people were working frantically to extricate the family from the vehicle, but the rushing water was so swift that they couldn’t even open the doors, WFAA reports.
Mitchell, who told WFAA he lacked the strength to jump into the rushing water, began filming the rescue on his cell phone.
Citizen Lab sees the UAE Government as the likely culprit for this hacking attempt, given the high cost of the technology involved (similar technology has been acquired for $US1 million) and the fact that Mr Mansoor has been targeted by his government in the past.
It will include not just the mean, but the variability and extremes, as these can have big impacts.Here you can explore some of the UK’s most established climatological data sets and related climate statistics produced by the UK’s National Climate Information Centre.Last week my favorite i Phone weather app was updated to include i Ads — not just any i Ads, but ones that are pixelated and crappy looking.Climate is usually defined for different seasons or months, and averaged over a period of 30 years – currently the period 1971-2000 is used.So we might read for a particular place that “The average maximum temperature in July is 25°C, with typically 2 days hotter than 30°C”, or “The average rainfall for June is a total of 35mm, with 10 days of no rain and 3 days where rainfall is more than 5mm”.