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Killing of Iranian nuclear mastermind risks confrontation with US.
"An iranian scientists long suspected by the west of masterminding a secret. Nuclear bomb program was killed in an ambush near tehran. On friday. that could provoke confrontation between iran. And its foes in the last weeks of donald trump's presidency. The death of mossend fakher does who iranian media said died in hospital. After the sassoon's gunned him down in his car will also complicate any effort by. Us president elect joe biden to revive the agreements of barack obama's presidency. Iran pointed the finger at israel while implying the killing had the blessing of the departing trump. Foreign minister javad zarif wrote on twitter of serious indications of an israeli role the military advisor to supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei bounce to strike his thunder at the killers of the suppressed martyr in the last days of the political life. There are trump zionists seek to intensify pressure on iran and create a full blown war hussein dagan tweeted channels of the telegram encrypted messaging app believed to be close to iran's elite revolutionary. God's reported that the top security body. The supreme national security council convened an emergency meeting with senior military commanders present. Israel declined to comment the white house. Pentagon us state department and cia also declined to comment for christmas. Day had been described by western and israeli intelligence services for years as the mysterious leader of a covert atomic bomb program halted in two thousand three which israel in the united states accused tehran of trying to restore trump who lost his reelection bid to biden on november third and leaves office on january twentieth pulled. The united states from a deal reached under obama. He's predescessor that lifted the sanctions on iran in return for curbs on its nuclear program. Biden has said he will aim to restore that agreement will though many analysts say this will be a challenging goal. Robert malley who served as iran advisor to obama and has informally advised. Biden's team said fuck chris. Days killing was among a series of moves that have occurred during trump's final weeks that appear aimed at making it harder for biden to re engage with iran.
"fakher" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Even know seven thirty seven max problem which they finally bowing finally said oh yea yeah we screwed up sorry well yeah they they did but it was an issue of complexity because when you look at all the pieces that happened was it was a redesign of something something that was already there and then the way i understand it <hes>. They didn't take certain things out of the manual. They didn't train the design changes for the new pilots in in all of these sequence of events happen was very because of the complexity so i can get back to the basics of security now what we can do who is focused on which which let's be honest who who made the call that flying a plane was simple like not a complex problem so i mean i i helicopters but when you in bed literally hundreds of sensors and hundreds of complex pieces of software when you're not flying by wire anymore and your pilots didn't know will win. This obscure event happens. Here's what you do right. Pilots do an amazing job but if they're not trained in they're not aware of what happens in this stall condition right. You're going down and the way they were trained. Was they kept doing the same same thing they were trained to do which just made the problem progressively worse and worse and three hundred sixty five or three hundred and forty six people ended up dying in the two crashes that happened. I'm just shocked that the product team didn't tell the tech writer update the manual whether that never happened so one of they wanted to get your feedback on this. I wish he was last week. When we were talking about the quest diagnostics hack yeah and it wasn't necessarily that quest diagnostics got hacked it was there was there vendor they're billing vendors vendor collection agency out yeah well. It goes back to the target attack. That was one of their suppliers. That originally got hacked. It allowed the speaking bad guys. They were down the other point of sale systems or down there and sunday and that's going to be interesting to find out what really happened. We we come into it because let's remember. The last target breach came through the p. l. s. We came to the p. o. s. but it started with like an h. Fakher kerr is the credit card pilon wasn't it wasn't the actual terminals right but the original entry and why there's more of that story so the issue is all this complexity that we built just doesn't work anymore so we need to simplify the processes. We need to simplify things that were focused on and do the things that we need to do. Do it really well because we approach security for the last ten or fifteen years of trying to fix every problem. You don't have to fix every prime. You just have to fix six. All of the major problems and the hackers will go somewhere else yeah yea centralisation. They're looking for a soft heart. Yeah so you know we're seeing that. The technology is evolving. There's more stable technology and that's why you're seeing the acquisitions. You're seeing silence purchased by blackberry. You're seeing d'amato purchased by <hes> palo alto yeah and you know what the shocking thing with me because what we were looking at is finally open source tools or evolving in cybersecurity. We've got red hat. We've got all of the programs. Yes you know open <hes> or my s._q._l. And all of these open systems that have become mainstream for computing what we're seeing is one of the mega trends ends now is that open source in cybersecurity is going to allow us to apply some of those dollars into things like you know logging with elk <hes> security onion being used for i._d. Ideas i p s and other things you can take those massive dollars. You've been spending and dan the big companies right <hes> hundreds of thousands of dollars of projects moving into open source. Now you're spending that cap bax that capital expenditure bender of twenty thousand dollars to get that running an operation was opposed to the hundred and fifty thousand to do those monolithic constantly tuning i._d._s. a._p._s. So one of the the adjustments that we're doing back to the original conversation we had bob is that now we're looking can we adjust our cap ex into affects and into services by not spending the big dollars on logging ordered the <hes> the server application firewalls and those kinds of things so we're going through an effort of defining what the enterprise ready open source tools are and you know a lot of our security guys are already using syrup kata and snort right and those kinds of tools that we all know oh but now like security onion is taking bro and <hes> all these tools in assembling it into an e._s. a._p._s. C._b._s. tool that does logging that can feed the sem so now we can take those dollars and move it from some of those blocking and tackling kinds the things with open source. We can start doing the crowd strikes in the carbon blacks four the m._d. Are as it's called in the the managed detection detection and response kinds of systems or the machine learning tools that are being <hes> embedded into jask or palo alto or even cisco. Oh so now it's a matter of adjusting and doing that planning to readjust those budgets in marietta where it makes sense and really do that high value kinds of things that are allowing us to attack the real problems so but are you gonna have like i remember berg back in the day all of the open source arguments. I got against you know red hat enterprise lennox and my s._q._l. Even the commercially supporting and all that stuff stuff is that just going to be the new cycle of corporate push-back about open source because now you're talking about your security systems and all that kennesaw sure initially but the same thing that happened with red hat and a lot of these other tools they become mainstream and they come proven. There's a great example of the guys who brought to the market open source the network security tools bro and zeke inside network security people know those tools the company has now come out who's commercialized that much like red hat dead for lennox. They're doing that for bruins. Zeke got so when when you've got that level of comfort that you know we've been using these tools but we didn't have that level of commercial support by the way yet now. You can get support for them. Yeah yeah so so we're seeing that happen very very quickly. Security onion is the one i keep coming back to because a lot of companies are adopting that and we're working with with a company called block harbor who's developing their own open source tools for devops security. They're actually building a practice around deploying things <hes> security onion and we're working with them in order to introduce that into corporations now an interesting trend. I've seen it. I don't know if you've seen it to her. Versus something that's isolated to me. Is companies are hiring a i don't want a column of black head but they're hiring a like a hacker like a rogue sniper. Yeah they'd cut off like works on the outside of like the actual i._t. And security departments kinda does its bidding for like the c._e._o. Like the c. c. You know c._i._o. C._i._o. Is this like an ice like to me. I'm seeing more and more and more is is becoming. A transgenders totally isolated whether different approaches i mean it. It's like the difference between in a penetration test and of owner ability scam. You've also got that rogue outside person who's finding these creative new methods leads to complement what you do with regular vulnerability scan that you might run every week right and a pen tests quarterly or annually depending on what you're compliant ventas aren't cheap now. They're not right so that's obscene for the for the low low cost of four pen tests. You can hire your own different approach r._o._i. Yeah yeah but you know a lot of the pen tester done simply because compliance requires charon. I recently was working with a <hes> services firm who is working with a large <hes> <hes> insurance firm who said you gotta have a pen test and their response was casting. Can you point us to somebody who can just do a pen test what kind of pen tests and they said whatever we can get away with in order to get compliant. I'm like <hes> well. You know i know just us the guy yeah yeah but it's you know it's a lone guy like you're talking about right who can go on and do what they need to give a a professional report art because it's got nobody will read it but here's the pedia going back to the vendor space. I ran into <hes> one of my <hes>. <hes> one of my friends were soccer. Dads and he's a c. So at one of the bigger companies in town that you definitely know if i said the name and one of my jokes i was like you know how how many calls how many voicemails you get in a day but then you know we kind of got into it i said are you just how which vendors are even letting in would where who makes how you're making that determination termination and i'm just kind of curious from your perspective <hes> being in a position like that right where it's a global. You know two huge team like what. How would you ever take that call. How do you even know what you want. You saw that linked in feed. I responded to probably probably you know the there was a link ten feet. Just like you're talking about yeah. I said i get twenty voicemails a day in the pitches all the same and they're all telling me they're different. The same yeah sales.
"fakher" Discussed on WRVA
"Run road and watch for roadwork delays on sandy hook road, just south of Whitehall road. I'm mantha stone on NewsRadio eleven forty W. R A now on ninety six point one FM. In very warm this afternoon. High temperatures in the low to mid eighties tonight. We are looking at partly cloudy skies in a mild start today. Tomorrow in the low sixties twelve I'm meteorologist, Megan wise with these radio eleven forty W R V A and now a ninety six point one FM and from the piersonhonda dot com weather center, it's sunny and seventy six degrees in Chesterfield NewsRadio. W are the time twelve thirty one. New White House counsel patch sip loan congress. His predecessor Donald Mcgann does not have the legal right to mother report documentary Quested by congress, the Washington Post report sip loan says any request must go through the White House. The state trooper us state trooper is arrested in Chesterfield this weekend on charges related to the alleged distribution of revenge porn Twenty-four-year-old trooper Jalil Fakher is charged with two misdemeanor counts of dissemination of images of another or sharing nude or undress images of a person. Georgia's governor signs a new law banning abortions. Once fetal heartbeat is detected could be as early as six weeks into federal judge trikes down Virginia law that says only physicians can perform first trimester trimester abortions checking your money. The Dow Jones is down for eighteen the SNP down thirty nine and the NASDAQ down one thirty four your next news at the top of the hour news. On demand in NewsRadio WR the dot com. I'm Dennis Edwards on Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio eleven forty W the and ninety six point one FM. Your cell phones. Connected to your Catholic your tablets connected to your laptop laptops connected to your by one weekly are in the digital world. Is so connected. These days it just takes one week link for criminals to get in good thing. Lifelock. Identity theft protection includes the power of north security to watch out for threats in today's connected world. That's connected to your smart. Tvs connected to your smartwatch threats to your identity like your info for sale on the dark web and online threats to your devices like ransomware, no one can prevent all identity theft or cybercrime or monitor all transactions at all businesses. But lifelock with Norton detects a wide range of threats to your identity and devices. If there's a problem our agents will work to fix it..
"fakher" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We know five officers in Houston were struck by gunfire. According to a tweet from Houston police. The incident happened after an encounter with a suspect in a neighborhood in southeast Houston. Houston's mayor says the suspect is down the officers injured have been taken to the hospital, but no word on their conditions. We know one was flown by helicopter once again five police officers in Houston have been shot. No word on their condition. But we're working to bring you more details. Live in the news center. Ashley, flood KTAR news. And a man is facing first degree murder charges for allegedly stabbing. A pregnant woman in timpee KTAR is Layla has more on that. That's right. Becky tempe. Police say a twenty year old Fabian Deraza order to lift yesterday morning. Police Arjun Ron Alcock control. To the apartment complex in the seventeen hundred block of street and began to assault her with a knife, while she was inside of the vehicle when she exited the vehicle he continued to assault with that knife draws oh took off in the woman's car was later found and arrested near Quartzsite Arizona Tempe. Police say the woman was in her third trimester Deraza faces first degree murder charges. Live and news center. Nylon KTAR news public education advocates went to the state capital this afternoon to both thank and warn legislator here here to support good ideas that help public education, but we also want you to know that we'll be back. If there are any bad ideas that hurt public education co-founder of save our schools don- Pinnock Fakher says they showed up wearing red keep a spotlight on education issues like school funding and private school voucher programs. The first time in his.
"fakher" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Degrees at eleven o three. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight yet another Coyote, tack in Frisco this morning at around six this morning to women jogging near Eldorado Parkway in Preston road were attacked by Coyote the women were treated at a hospital for minor injuries. Now, this is the latest in a series of Coyote attacks in that area since October folks in the area say they're taking extra precautions park over there. Others say they're not too concerned saying that Bob cats coyotes are a part of life in that area. The city of Frisco urges folks to do things like carrying object that makes a noise such as an air horn or whistle to scare off coyotes. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Alan will soon be home to yet. Another sports stadium involving a ball and a bat, but it's not baseball. It's cricket developer planning on putting up a fifteen thousand seat. Cricket stadium near Sam Rayburn tollway and alma road Fakher developers saying it would be a mixed use development and the stadium will be multi-purpose others. To this facility as well as concerts events and a lot more other things. Sam soccer looking to build eight cricket stadiums. Across the country on new Dallas county district attorney is coming in. And some prosecutors will not be coming back. Sources say about a dozen assistant prosecutors in the Dallas county office, we're told they won't be coming back after the first of the year letters went out today as incoming district attorney John Crusoe organizes his staff zone will be sworn in two weeks from tomorrow, and is making the changes in the office that are typically done in a new administration. But the sources say Crusoe is not doing a total house clean. He's keeping many of the higher profile experienced. Prosecutors that includes Kevin Brooks who is getting a promotion to first assistant oh will take over from sitting district. Attorney faith Johnson who beat in the general election last month. LP Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD..
"fakher" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"In Akron, going to university of Akron on free scholarship is because he got his teammates all wear hoodies in Miami in honor of Trayvon Martin is because he made he made a powerful documentary costs shut up and dribble. But that's why LeBron phrase it's not be asked. Why he gets praised or fluff to use Durant's words, and I would say on top of the praise LeBron gets he is without question. The most scrutinized player in NBA history. Skip every single day. We critique his every man to resume his every mood. His every tweet every leave his every pass even when Durant and LeBron we're sitting next to each other in a car with Kerry champion at the other network. And they both criticized download Trump who didn't Laura Ingram. Go off on LeBron James just shut up. I don't even know if she mentioned, Kevin Durant. So don't don't. It's the brand. Yeah. He gets a lot of praise, but he also gets a lot of criticism. And this is why say Durant didn't wanna just come out and kill LeBron when that really might have been in his heart because if there is a toxic environment around the Brian and his teams, it is not because of the fan boys, and the beat writers and all that it is because the brand the Brian kind of forces the franchise the bend to his will, whether it's the coaches the front office or whatever and that, and then his cryptic tweets and Instagram post and stuff like that. If this toxic. That's why is not because of the beat writers. So if you wanna say as toxic environment around the Brera say that don't just high behind I'm blaming the media say the brand says out those crazy tweets and the owners, and the the GM's they've been to his will say that Chris he's talking LeBron. A bomb? He's talking. Lebron is just the guy they'd be hyping him up. And he ain't all that. He's just a bad plan. NBA granted think Kevin thinks he's been okay. Do agree with that. And that's fine. He should he should think about it those it about not having to do with me. I don't know that you know, why you know that because when Steph curry without seventy seven, right? That's my know that if he's that guy. That's right. He's gotta choose. Your cure over looking back. He got attacked by one of his care. They attacked Braga's attack all tire by he he had he had a serpent in his own house didn't. Yeah. For the last year in Cleveland cripples on. Oh, I'll be foolish not to learn for the band playing NBA guy. He's unpicking believe we just put up a triple double in the finals who that while he putting steaming I don't know who you're talking about scheming all alot try to get up out of this that how he sound don't worry about it came to read you understand you never going to be normal again. So you talk about just you just want to play basketball. You're never ever going to be able to just play basketball. That's not going to happen. There's an expectation that comes along with you. When you great. And when think when you don't play, well, you're going to get criticized because guess what? Even when you're at. Okay. See you kinda got a pass you lost. Lebron that was LeBron James, then everything was okay. And then when you let them come back you had Golden State down three one. That's kind of. Okay. You let them come. If that had been LeBron James, right? Little team come back from three one. Oh my goodness. And guess what? Even when he was no Casey everybody knew Katie was the best player on the team. He goes the Golden State, even though it Steph team everybody ninety percent of the people believe that he the best player linka with two three from Akron. Question. Think person you're making Kevin's point. You are. I didn't got. No, that's okay. I get it. Actually, I believe the reason why superstar magic they wanna play bird bird didn't wanna play magic enjoying it wanna play with either. Because everybody got Fakher Feis 'cause everybody ain't gonna get their twenty shots or night. And you know, we. Doc about you. You don't be probably be in the catbird here. Let you do all the dry. Let's get on with his basketball comments did have substance to he's right. Cow. Korver a role player, you know, the brand get you open..
"fakher" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Yeah. The kahane's. I mean, they made of pure steel. There's no way that most people would ever dream of that. I mean, you you see how people drive and these guys are flying in tight spaces and just killing it. And it's a it's a testament to all these guys that they have whether they're, you know, a firefighter that's on the line in a ground crew. And just you know, digging up black or. Or if they're in air ops, and they're dropping water. These guys all know exactly what they're doing. And they know what to do to stay safe. And they know what to do to to douse or to churn these flames out as quickly as possible. I'll say today's been kinda active and just real quick. I been kind of active just because of the winds here. They're Jalan right here in the Santa Susanna pass. But also down in Thousand Oaks, I was on another spot fire in it was Lynn ranch the neighborhood there and that threatened to hit a bunch of homes. And again, the firefighters were on in a in an instant. But that one was pretty dicey as well. I heard the winds change direction five different times while they were fighting the the peak fire. Yeah. The so the interesting thing here is we're right at the gradient in terms of the atmosphere for whether or not it's it's a Santa Santana Fakher an onshore flow factor. If you've got winds that are coming on out of the San Fernando Valley. So you've got a lot of different inflection points for the atmosphere here, and depending on how the pressure diff. Working at any given moment the air is either being pushed or sucked. And so that's. I think mainly stopped. It was it was much more severe of an effect about an hour or two hours ago. Now, it seems to be an almost pure Saint Anna push on out to the sea effect. Then it was earlier. But when these helicopters were down here hammering it, you're exactly right, though. The winds kept shifting back and forth, which also made the firefight on the ground. You know, they know how to how to stop. And we also don't know how this fire started. But they were investigating right along the shoulder. Here are the one eighteen freeway taking some some photos, which tells you that that's probably where the point of ignition was I'd say about four or five hundred yards before the rocky peak exit on the eastbound lanes of the one eighteen what did you hear about Malibu? What's going on in there? I have not been down to Malibu today. Mainly because I've been chasing all these other spots, but everything that I've been following along. Yeah. Just scanner traffic. And and some some folks on Twitter, it seems as though they have things go. Pretty well down there. And I you know, I spent a lot of time down Malibu yesterday. And even yesterday's the sunset said I felt like these guys were in a good shape. Good condition heading into today in large part because I is I've been discussing throughout the day. Everything's burned. You know? I mean there they're still feel out there. But nothing compared to what it was before. And so that's a lot less territory for an ever to land on that also said all it takes is one ember landing in just the right spot. And you could see a neighborhood go up. But the thing is there's so much personnel in place right now and the analogy that I've been using throughout the days. This is like a football game where you know, this is a defense that instead of being back on their heels. Now, they're on the attack there blitz. Blitzen this fire because they have so many people on hand, and they're able to go right after anything that flames up a yesterday last night as the sun setting over the Pacific, by the way, gorgeous gorgeous, scenery down at Pepperdine. But as the sun setting over the Pacific a flare-up happened down in Puerco canyon. Of which is just the next canyon down. And I was I was filming a Twitter video. And from the moment that I started that Twitter video to the time it ended there was already a strike team on it and within about two minutes the strike team how to control so they're they're they're ready. They're in structure protection mode, and that's helping to stop anything that may flame up because the fired Seaney valley today if that happened in isolation that could have gotten out of hand very quickly and there were homes right down from the fire slope..
"fakher" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Than a blitzing linebacker, so different packages different variations of you can't go in with the Rams and do exactly what you've done all season. So you do have to change it up. And as we saw in the second half, the Rams will get a beat on what you do a little bit and they'll start to exploited. But the fact that the Rams did not have that beat on the Packers in the first half. When the game plans are really place that's encouraging to me for Green Bay's long-term prospects because I think they're gonna need their defense to look. This. If there to go very far in January. Yeah, you had a lot of guys who on one hand. I think it was the best game. A lot of these individual guys played all season. Kenny Clark was excellent Cuyler Fakher will be to be an Whitworth around the edge for a big sack in the second half. Clay Matthews made a lot of noise. It was a really good performance from this defense. One difference was gyro who miss last couple of games played in. This one seemed to be getting picked on to extent. And he was a he was up to the task in this game. He made a lot of a big plays. So you'd like to think this is the start of something good for this backers defense, and and they'll get they'll get to put it to the tesla the more next week when they go to Foxborough well and having look at from the ramp site as well because I know one conservative McVeigh's is that his team last season did not face a lot of adversity. And now here they come into this game. Seven and that's not a lot of adversity either..
"fakher" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"They might become the first team to win three zero. That's true. That's true. And these are all things guys think about not. That's definitely something we all think about what also I gotta be grateful for the one that I got. Right. Because I know quite a lot of guys play fifteen. Never make it to the super let alone the playoffs. So I'm definitely grateful for the what you call. This is a buff eighth hour. Once you get it, you can't say, well, I'm glad they let me here. I'm just now. Know I gotta eat. That to get that. Oh. A lot of guys that don't get. You had you. Play with ain't never been. Yeah, but great play, but they didn't get there. You were there you make that you have a great compelling argument. If you don't get there in the buffet line, you can't say, man, I'm sure glad. Let me the buffet. I'm only going to get a little bit of this. No, you piling on. That's true. That's true. You definitely pilot on you. Definitely try to get as many as you gotta get to the buffalo wide all unravel so quickly quickly. I mean, I think we still went on a good run for five years, and let's be real nine NFL to keep that many guys together for so long is pretty much impossible. You know, we get. We are core group of guys on defense. Everyone on our fits for the most part was a pro bowler. To keep that many guys together for so long. That's impressive in his self. So I, I wouldn't say unraveling fast or so quickly is just that's just the way the NFL roles. But when you what you guys had, you had a veteran ball club and you had a quarterback on a rookie contract. That's the way to do it. You look at what the Rams are doing. You look at what Billy's doing. They put all that talent around them. So you when you look back man, you could have been special. 'cause a lot of teams have won in a row. You wanna be thought of special the team that went back to back, go team that become legendary. Yeah, and that's what you had an opportunity to do, but let me ask you a question. Okay, you got, I mean, Pete was the guy remember him going to whether it's practice Pete will put on shoulder pads, run down there with all that. Now he'd be how was how was his message once that transpired after that Super Bowl, the message was the same keep. How did you guys receive that message? I received at the same as I always received. Now as collectively looking back on it, I think. Some guys kind of dig. It turned off a little bit. You know. And it's inevitable for for that, not to be the case, but for the for the most part, though, I think everybody was all because we had the same group of guys moving for, and we knew that if we play for each other, we would be able to make things happen, but I can see, I can definitely see some guys kind of getting turned into trust Pete the same. Did they trust Pete the same? I think so. I think so. I think a lot of guys definitely were bought in because this is the thing, right? Most of the guys were homegrown. Most of the guys from Earl two Cam to Sherm. All these guys were were were drafted by Pete. Rex at wags all the all these guys that we mentioned were all drafted by. And so they've been groomed to process and think this way for so long. So I, I don't think one play necessarily turned them off as much as people are making it to be, although it degenerated to the point that Richard Sherman is yelling at peak. Carol on the sideline, don't throw it again down their new Fakher. Feith are hard work. What there you were there at the playoff game? Oh, oh. This thing, though, this thing shirt see people point out certain situations, but that's been the case since I've been there like Sherm all these people that's part of the culture of speaking of mind and game day or not. That's part of the culture Super Bowl year Sharma's is in the media's doing the same thing, you know, might be all these guys are still doing..
"fakher" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"It's finally here, Android MacOS, getting fingerprint sensors is pretty cool. Like I love the idea of being able to Kate on my device that way. It's an interesting that they're not doing touch ID and maybe that's because they're like, wow, it's gonna go away like why bother? Why prioritize that? I think this is really cool from like a two factor authentication standpoint, like you'll be able to authenticate more often on like your Android phone, a two websites or to applications that want to educate you that way. And if you're not too privy on the idea of downloading an additional application, like AUSSIE your Google Asana cater or maybe you don't wanna buy a third party platform like a UB key, then you can just authenticate with your fingerprints through Google Chrome. So they are making this in my mind a little bit more convenient from security level and any any more convenience for security is highly appreciated in my standards. So so the the security of the fingerprint sensor mechanism itself from Android, a MAC OS aside because that Craig, especially an Android, that can be question and certainly question with Mac OS, two. I'm just saying with Android, it's multiple partners doing it. So you get to evaluate them individually. I just wanna say thumb is something I always have. My second factor. So if you're the unmacht OS I'm all index Nothomb. Oh, okay. Yeah, I know what you're right. I actually do index on on the laptop from Princeton. I think just the is it. Laid out, but hopefully. As long as it's me why Fakher has a handy guide to getting Iowa's twelve right now rather than wait until next week. It's coming to everybody on the seventeenth. But there's this golden window where you may have realized already that the gold master of IOS twelve is out in beta gold master is usually identical to the public release. So between now and the seventeenth, if you go and you're not already signed up at beta dot apple dot com. You can sign up from safari on your devices..
Backstreet Boys concert canceled in Oklahoma after storm injures 14
"Officials at a. Casino in, thacker Ville say fourteen fans suffered cuts and. Bruises when a, powerful rainstorm toppled entrance trusses and disrupted the start of an. Outdoor, concert by the, backstreet boys Winstar world casino and resort spokeswoman Kim Thompson says fourteen people were. Treated at the scene following Saturday afternoon storm and then transported to hospitals in Oklahoma and Texas Fakher, village just, north of the Oklahoma, Texas Stateline in south central Oklahoma
14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casino
"Two, the backstreet boys were forced to call off a show in Oklahoma yesterday. After severe weather came through the area and injured fourteen fans the concert was being held at an outdoor stage at a casino and resort in Fakher Ville Oklahoma when a sudden storm packing. Winds up to, eighty miles an hour struck people at, the concert were told to seek shelter but some standing on line stayed. Outside and, were hit by entrance trust is knocked down by the storm many were treated on the scene and.
"fakher" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"And there are at least Tila Fakher, even if not the biggest factor in the otherwise loaded Western Conference I call them a winner in this deal I call the raptors a winner, in this deal I call the Los Angeles Lakers a winner in this deal look still are odds on favorites to get collide Leonard at the end of this coming season, conceivably the raptors. If the Leonard things not working out or I guess if he. Doesn't show up the raptors could send them to Los Angeles could send them to the Lakers and LA has not had to give up Brandon Ingram. Who they'd be nuts. To give up cow Kuzina, or, Lonzo ball or Josh Hart who was, amazing the other night in the summer league, semifinal against the Cleveland Cavaliers I thought that was the best strategy along hang onto those younger assets let them play with LeBron let them develop chemistry and let them figure out. What they have and want to move forward. With and then go at a big time free. Agent next off season and there's going to be a bunch. Of them available but the guy that most people connect. To Los Angeles is Kawhi Leonard the. Team that's maybe most interesting with all this though is, the Philadelphia seventy Sixers remember where we were I don't know seven eight weeks ago Philly, loses I get a little bit longer than that Philly loses to to Boston and five games they have this wonderful regular season right people after they beat Miami we're talking, about that may being the favorites to get to the finals just two months ago And we're talking about okay. This offseason boy could they get Paul George maybe they can get LeBron how 'bout Colli Leonard They didn't get any. Of them oh and by the way right. Now they don't have a general, manager they still have to. Really nice pieces they were apparently unwilling to dangle, Marquel faults and I. Guess on some level you, really can't blame them they did invest the number one overall pick them but they've been laughed I think first of all the Boston. Celtics are about. To get their best to players back from a, team that beat the Sixers. And five games relatively easily last year there. Clearly there's clearly a gap between Boston and, Philadelphia and now Toronto's appreciably better I believe. The, Philadelphia seventy Sixers remain interesting there's a couple of really. Good building blocks but for twenty eighteen in two thousand nineteen admittedly last year they were a little bit ahead of. Schedule this notion that Philly was. A legitimate challenger to get to the, finals for the first time since two thousand one I bought it two months ago you can't sell me on that now but, they, still do have. Joel Embiid Ben Simmons, and? They're going to have the ability to go get One of those many free agents next off, season but what's happened this off. Season puts extra pressure on that franchise, to get one of those guys next offseason first, things first it'd be nice to actually have a GM This. Is first and last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app you know there was another. Trade that happened yesterday and we've been waiting for. It since a? Second base selfie took place on Tuesday we'll get to that next I'm Allegra in for Michael junior first. And, last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app This week on e sixty gone on a scale and a set of five hundred and then I started. Thinking if you die people. Are gonna say the story of the hefty lefty Sunday morning at nine eastern on ESPN Finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a. Needle in. A haystack sure you can post your. Job to some job board. But then all you.
"fakher" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Matters and there are at least Tila Fakher, even if not the biggest, factor in the otherwise loaded Western Conference I call them a winner, in, this, deal I call the raptors a winner in, this deal I call the Los Angeles Lakers a winner in this deal look still are odds on favorites to get Kawhi Leonard at the end of this. Coming season conceivably the raptors if the Leonard things not working, out, or I guess if he doesn't, show up the raptors, could. Send them to Los. Angeles could send them to the Lakers. And LA has not had to give up Brandon, Ingram who they'd be nuts To give up Calcutta's or Lonzo, ball or Josh Hart who was amazing the other night in the summer league semi final against the Cleveland Cavaliers I thought that was the best strategy along hang onto. Those younger assets let them play with LeBron let them develop chemistry, and let them figure out what they have and want. To move forward with and then go at a big time free agent next. Off season and there's going to be a bunch of them available but. The guy that most, people connect Los, Angeles, is Kawhi Leonard, the team. That's maybe most interesting with all this though is the Philadelphia seventy Sixers remember where we. Were I don't know seven eight weeks ago Philly loses I get. A little bit longer than that Philly loses to to Boston in five games they have this, wonderful regular season right, people, after they beat. Miami we're talking about, that? Maybe being the favorites to get to the finals just two months ago and we're talking about okay this, off-season boy could they get Paul George maybe they can get LeBron how 'bout Colli Leonard I. Didn't get any of them oh and, by the way right now they don't have a general manager they still have to really nice pieces they. Were apparently unwilling to dangle Marquel faults and I guess on some level. You really can't blame them they did invest the number one overall pick them but they've been lapped I think first of all. The Boston Celtics are about to get their best to players back, from a team that beat the Sixers and five games. Relatively easily last year there clearly there's clearly a gap between Boston and Philadelphia. And now Toronto's appreciably better I believe the Philadelphia seventy Sixers remain interesting. There's a couple of, really good building blocks, but for twenty, eighteen in. Two thousand nineteen admittedly last year they were a little bit ahead of schedule this notion. That Philly was a legitimate challenger to get to the finals for. The first time since two thousand one I bought it two months ago you can't sell me, on that now but, they, still do have. Joel Embiid Ben Simmons, and? They're going to have the ability to go get One of those many free agents next off, season but what's happened this off. Season puts extra pressure on that franchise, to get one of those guys next offseason first, things first it'd be nice to actually have a GM This. Is first and last on ESPN radio and, the ESPN app you know there was another trade that happened yesterday and we've been waiting for it since a second base selfie took. Place on Tuesday we'll get to that next I'm, omega in for Mike, Golic junior first and last on ESPN radio and the ESPN app this week on east sixty gone on a scale and a. Set over five? Hundred and there are sort of thinking if you die where people are gonna say the story of the. Hefty, lefty Sunday morning at nine eastern on ESPN Finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a, haystack sure you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do. Is hope the right person comes along which is. Why you. Should. Try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter dot. Com slash free. ZipRecruiter doesn't. Depend on candidates finding. You it finds them for. You it's powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively invites..
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"Gordon you're probably gonna see katie try to get the switch onto george hill again and again and again and it's going to be problematic so i think that cleveland's gonna have some really tough choices to make about playing time and who's on the floor what matchups because their best five defensively is and is not their best five offensively and they're going to have to pick and choose who's going to be on the court win i think this going to be the big jess matching in series cadanian are gonna give our prediction like we did with the conference finals who's the favorite to win and that's probably not a very interesting of ask but was the percentage likelihood that that team within i'll go on record of our episode i want to give you a chance to go for you to go on record well to me this is almost a fifty fifty series is as well as golden state prove they close out game seven on the road last night i feel like not playing his sistan the good basketball affiliate or not play in four good quarters of basketball game in cleveland has its flaws on his roster and golden state has more balancing both ends of the floor i'm going to go with golden state but i think it's like a fifty to forty eight series of this series is almost a coin toss the lebron fakher is lebron factored i think you know cleveland has lebron in in his gonna be tough to guard by golden state has a group that can play together thirty five thirty six thirty eight minutes a game that is very versatile on both ends of the floor and the they can play together on both before and i think that's a big edge they have a cleveland yeah thought i think knowing you what you're seeing is that like when we talked on the aussies about golden saints even during the season about golden state the thing that allow them to sixteen in the long posey's last year was their level execution was almost perfect and they're not even close level execution right now that's what you're basing that on all right exactly just just not doing it for forty minutes and.
"fakher" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The playoffs and it's kind of where they are right now seven in six they've got to win out so gregg you know panthers run defense you mentioned it i run game is kind of stepped up a little bit if they're run defense the it comes into play verses are run game it would seem to me that it's even more sner go to rogers right yes i thought aaron rodgers a good example of that i think is last week against cleveland so the brows of a really good run defense for all of their other flaws they have a very good run defense am if you notice as that game what along the packers we're going nowhere meyepa crappy switched to mortgage short quickpassing attack with bread humbly i would not be surprised to see some of those short quick passes with aaron rodgers early in the game right you don't wanna get hit too early but he's going to obviously be hit at some point you're probably not going to see in rogers run too much when i saw that gaming in two thousand thirteen against the bears rogers roydon scramble and look to gain yards until very late net gamely absolutely have to so short quickpassing attack i think we'll be under split early on in that will seek want to see what kind of flow he gets into and you'll go from there but it it's really hard to go against aaron rogers in even at eighty percent whatever he is is still better than the majority of the league packers set to face at familiar face julius peppers come sunday peppers amazing i mean he still making the big play that he should still be a member of the packers eight in all from a contract and that's a mistake i think three and a half million bucks if that's what he is playing four right now with incentives in carolina meanwhile the packers signed ahmad roach2 a three and a half million dollar contract once they realise tyler fakher was not worthy to be a backup equate matthews the nick perry this was a mistake letting peppers go nine and a half sacks six and a half of those were early on in the season maybe is fading a little bit.
"fakher" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Top five tells historically i dunno if there is some intercontinental or somebody who thinks are higher and dunk oh by all of us stars that somebody attribute visor gave because that's immaterial i don't know how you can just accept you know what some stranger road who may be is never travelled in their lives and they think a threestar hotel his luscious but the top five hotels in london historically have been number one the canard number two the rates number three uh the hyde park number four the dorchester and number five the savoy and in the film and i did that from memory people that then the film the savoy of that is the is the hotel in notting hill that at the end of the film william fakher goes running off to find julia roberts you grant goes off to find the anna's scott character and they go to the ritz than they used their told that they'd there they left but there at the savoy and so the last clip scene in the film dan hotel is the savoy and it's you know considered the fifth best hotel so number four is the dorchester and prince alwalid arrives probably in his own private lear jet or something and he goes to check in at the dorchester and the front desk clerk was being snobby abrupt rude and it could have been an english arab saying i could have been just yet again another you know persident of frontdesk coups referred to is grumpy gardy army would it be nice that got your reservation in front of them they throw your name they could say hello they could raise the rise they could welcome you and this guy was doing it all wrong so prince i'll will leave did something i fantasize doing and have fantasize doing at hotel desks in bank at car rental pickup points reservation here we go to pitch sign it you don't let them know you're here pick cookies korengold whatever.
"fakher" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Seven 445 obviously there other things going in the news and we'll get to all of that too we got bill gates buying a large tract of land in arizona the builds a smart city oh yeah a smart silly we have a trans racial man born white but now he feels like these filipino we'll we'll get to this guy to an philip what why filipinos have no idea but i guess you can you can feel like whoever you want to them i am a mould philip of brent ward hilbert referred to me is designed as his lordship his lordship lord philip of brentwood thank you so much and then when you're my presence i'll talk like this be real annoying have you do things formed that you would nor merlin do well let through this woman's accusing judge roy moore beverley yang nelson we got a link to this it's heavy always come heavy dot com we always linked at them 'cause i always come out with five facts you need to know whatever it is whatever the big thing is soda would number one is beverley young nelson claims more groped her and forced her head on his crotch before pushing her out of his vehicle she was sixteen the time she says number two reasonable too where is number two ali a number two uh nelson worked as an interior designer and said she's also a trump supporter number three four other women came forward with sexual misconduct allegations against more four other women all right we gotta believe corfe when uh one of the woman who says she was fourteen that's the one her story any all that stuff in addition to corp winds as a more in accra okay uh uh another woman gloria fakher decent told the post she entered into a relationship with him once when she was eighteen where's the scandal me and now judge roy moore is wipers come out and said we had sex with her wedding night come on you entered into a relationship with them when you're eighteen what is that a scandal what does that a scandal oh my gosh so that is that is.
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"The top stories we're following for use of private twitter messages between donald trump junior and wikileaks might increase pressure on the president's oldest son to testify before congress some of the exchanges took place around the time the website was releasing stolen emails from hillary clinton's campaign chairman while police say flag people including a gunman are dead in shootings at multiple locations in rural northern california students and adults at an elementary goal were hit but last word had survived let's get the very latest on this as you heard at the top of the hour alex stone is on the story for abc news he's now live on the komo news line alex first of all what's the latest as far as the cana people who are injured or killed in this this point police say they don't know how many people were injured at least five people including the gunmen are dead and they say that number may end up going up the gunmen were told they had three gun john i fm i automatic rifle into a handgun if he carried out the shooting spree in the small community of rancho to him onto him a county which is about an hour and two hours and norika fakher meadow and police believe that that the gunmen had a domestic violence situation going on that may have been because this would spark did but they do think that he wished hard getting the the different the seven different locations that he hit i'm that said that they were specifically targetted i was not crossfire that they'd hit the school is originally was thought about that there could have been potentially a hundred two hundred rounds we've heard uh shot at the school students were being dropped off it was around drop off time this morning oneparent parent telling us that day his kindergardner he has a daughter who goes to the school at rancho what to hammer elementary and that now the kids took cover that the bullets were flying through their classrooms when they took cover one student was shot thereafter school and other student was shot in a pickup truck apparently being dropped off by his or her parents those students do not have lifethreatening injuries thank goodness but.
"fakher" Discussed on WCTC
"Court of appeals we now know exactly how radical obama's judicial nominees were and are in practice from the bench stephanie fakher and james win one of the many judges in our country who are following a supreme court jurisprudence and they think they think they're being faithful to the supreme court pronouncements on the establishment clause they are they are systematically overseeing the destruction of religious reference in the public square and giving it their judicial imprimature eight five five forty laura how many of you believe that mitch mcconnell has got to get his youknowwhat in gear and get these judicial nominees of donald trump expert dishes sleep confirmed and place on these federal courts of appeals so we put an end to this nonsense mcconnell should i you want to wonder you know what a blow off this us but you know blowing the story about donald trump not caring about the soldiers the fallen soldiers families whereas mitch mcconnell on these issues i like to hear more from the senate on these issues because this matters to people this matter to you eight five five forty laura we come back we're we gonna talk to yvonne a trump she's coming up soon and pedophilia in hollywood the sick twisted inner workings of the entertainment industry coming up share rugged throw all the laura ingraham show the laura ingraham show nasda radio 1450 wctc the voice of central jersey will claim.