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Here’s where the Wow wears off. Continuum only supports UWP [Universal Windows Platform] apps, and Microsoft provides a few of those out of the box on a Windows 10 device: Outlook email and Calendar, and the Office apps. Once you stray off the reservation, the app prospects gets thin. But before we get into that, you’ll notice something else first. What Continuum most desperately needs is for those UWP to work optimally. And right now, they don’t. UWP apps only run full screen, with some ludicrous consequences.Full screen is fine for Word, or Excel – most of the time you’ll want every pixel devoted to the task in hand. But with a simple app like ToDoist, it’s just plain weird to see a simple, minimal two column app cast across a huge HD display. Even running two apps side by side would be vast improvement to your work. I’m not sure why this isn’t a priority for the Continuum team rather than clever tricks like screen scavenging (casting your session onto another PC), aka Project Rome. But early adopters will find this a bit baffling. Optimisations needed: ToDoist on a giant HD display doesn't make great use of the space One UI omission causes a minor wrinkle when it comes to closing apps down. With no close dialog button on the apps, you do this from the task switcher (Alt-Tab). Some apps use the space really well - an honorary mention should go to phone blog Windows Central which in its article view, displays the comments in a column beside the story. It’s a model implementation.

And here’s the rub, and Continuum’s biggest problem right now. The apps you thought you could run can’t, and remain greyed out on the Start Menu. Continuum-compliant UWP apps are only trickling into the Windows Store, slowly. A typical bunch of Windows Store apps. Many are greyed out, and will only work on the device itself So there’s a UWP Facebook and Twitter, and even a UWP Daily Mail, which produces a nightmarish experience as an amplified, pixellated Sidebar of Shame blasts into your face in HD, a collage of ISIS atrocities and boob jobs that really belongs in A Clockwork Orange. But alas, Slack and Evernote haven’t made the journey to UWP yet. For me, they’re indispensable for the day job. (Tip: Beware the Slack trap, and try almost anything else.) So it’s a deal-breaker to keep picking up the phone to reply to an IM. It's a deal breaker too that I can't access years of files which I need on-hand and searchable. The native software doesn't do that. It's going to need a virtualised kludge to run.I appreciate that making Continuum UWP-only is a political choice by Microsoft. Much of the point of Continuum is to lure the Windows developer base forward, onto a more modern platform which is essentially display independent, by demonstrating new use cases. That’s a noble goal. But for now, Continuum guinea pigs will find going back to their phones a bit baffling and frustrating.

Technically there shouldn’t be any impediment. With 3GB of RAM inside the phone, and an octocre chip, there’s enough horsepower to display a Silverlight app that flew in a much more humble device a year or two back.Microsoft points out that Edge can run the Citrix client, and HP has done something similar to plug the cap with HP Workspace - as we’ll soon see. So Continuum desperately needs those UWP apps. With Remix OS and Google's Android-ified Chrome coming up, the competition will be fierce: the Play Store is stuffed with apps, including Microsoft's own.HP's imminent Elite x3 phone and "Lap Dock" - a laptop powered by the phone Continuum is clearly a work in progress, and I reckon it has leaped over the first hurdle. If the goal is to allow users to carry only one device, then I’d like to see much more focus on the UX - starting with multiple window support. To recap, HP has a beast of a phone – the Elite x3 – with two docks. One is a static desk stand, the other a kind of “hollowed out laptop” - the “Lap Dock”. This looks like a 12.5 inch laptop, and has a HD display and battery. The x3 phone is the “CPU and motherboard”. We’ll report back next week on how HP’s hefty investment in Continuum is looking.So, Continuum. A dog walking on its hind legs? An expensive way to turn your phone into a slow netbook? There's a grain of truth to this criticism, but the potential is there, for sure. Bournemouth University in the UK was hit by 21 ransomware attacks in the past 12 months, according to records unearthed by a Freedom of Information request.

The request was made by endpoint security firm SentinelOne, which also revealed to The Register that 60 per cent of 71 universities it questioned had been hit by ransomware. Two-thirds were hit multiple times.A popular games forum has apparently been hacked, resulting in records for more than three million accounts and many more Steam keys being stolen.The forum for DLH was allegedly compromised, and a copy of the data uploaded to the LeakedSource breach notification service. In addition to user account details – including weakly MD5-hashed passwords – the hackers were able to get millions of Steam game keys that users had been sharing through the forum, it is claimed.The hacker responsible for the reported theft is apparently the same person responsible for an earlier compromise of a Dota 2 forum that resulted in the theft of nearly two million user account records. The Anniversary operating system is understood to be freezing PCs where Windows 10 is stored on the SSD, but apps and data are on a separate drive.A Microsoftie writing on answers.microsoft.com reckons the software giant is now investigating the matter following a "small number of reports."Until there's a fix, however, Microsoft has published a series of steps to recover the PC.Microsoft's workaround involves reverting to the previous version of Windows within 10 days of the update."If you are unable to log into Windows 10 and choose to uninstall the Anniversary Update, here are two methods that can be used," Microsoft said.

Kjl1956 writing on the same answers site admitted to a successful rollback, but PaulQ_602, who detailed his machine as an Acer VN7 laptop with 256 SSD and a 1Tb HD, both using Bitlocker, hit a wall.PaulQ_602w wrote: "I tried to roll back and it destroyed my system. Hung up in the process. It wouldn't boot again. I had to wipe the entire SSD and start over with a clean install of Win 10 (anniversary edition unfortunately). It was freezing again soon after, but I managed to go over an hour last night with no freezing then I had to leave it. I'm going to get back on it after work and see if it's freezing again.Regardless, the incident is yet another on the pile adding up to lost faith in Microsoft and Windows 10 downloads.Kjl1956 continued "A year out of the box and more trouble than I [sic] the year of insider testing. MS could have at least held back r1 if a device was moved backed to the old build, but no." USENIX VID University researchers have developed a new method to help forensic investigators extract data information from memory.The tool, dubbed Retroscope, recovered data from up to the previous 11 screens displayed from up to 15 apps, with an average of five screens pulled from each.

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Here’s where the Wow wears off. Continuum only supports UWP [Universal Windows Platform] apps, and Microsoft provides a few of those out of the box on a Windows 10 device: Outlook email and Calendar, and the Office apps. Once you stray off the reservation, the app prospects gets thin. But before we get into that, you’ll notice something else first. What Continuum most desperately needs is for those UWP to work optimally. And right now, they don’t. UWP apps only run full screen, with some ludicrous consequences.Full screen is fine for Word, or Excel – most of the time you’ll want every pixel devoted to the task in hand. But with a simple app like ToDoist, it’s just plain weird to see a simple, minimal two column app cast across a huge HD display. Even running two apps side by side would be vast improvement to your work. I’m not sure why this isn’t a priority for the Continuum team rather than clever tricks like screen scavenging (casting your session onto another PC), aka Project Rome. But early adopters will find this a bit baffling. Optimisations needed: ToDoist on a giant HD display doesn't make great use of the space One UI omission causes a minor wrinkle when it comes to closing apps down. With no close dialog button on the apps, you do this from the task switcher (Alt-Tab). Some apps use the space really well - an honorary mention should go to phone blog Windows Central which in its article view, displays the comments in a column beside the story. It’s a model implementation.

And here’s the rub, and Continuum’s biggest problem right now. The apps you thought you could run can’t, and remain greyed out on the Start Menu. Continuum-compliant UWP apps are only trickling into the Windows Store, slowly. A typical bunch of Windows Store apps. Many are greyed out, and will only work on the device itself So there’s a UWP Facebook and Twitter, and even a UWP Daily Mail, which produces a nightmarish experience as an amplified, pixellated Sidebar of Shame blasts into your face in HD, a collage of ISIS atrocities and boob jobs that really belongs in A Clockwork Orange. But alas, Slack and Evernote haven’t made the journey to UWP yet. For me, they’re indispensable for the day job. (Tip: Beware the Slack trap, and try almost anything else.) So it’s a deal-breaker to keep picking up the phone to reply to an IM. It's a deal breaker too that I can't access years of files which I need on-hand and searchable. The native software doesn't do that. It's going to need a virtualised kludge to run.I appreciate that making Continuum UWP-only is a political choice by Microsoft. Much of the point of Continuum is to lure the Windows developer base forward, onto a more modern platform which is essentially display independent, by demonstrating new use cases. That’s a noble goal. But for now, Continuum guinea pigs will find going back to their phones a bit baffling and frustrating.

Technically there shouldn’t be any impediment. With 3GB of RAM inside the phone, and an octocre chip, there’s enough horsepower to display a Silverlight app that flew in a much more humble device a year or two back.Microsoft points out that Edge can run the Citrix client, and HP has done something similar to plug the cap with HP Workspace - as we’ll soon see. So Continuum desperately needs those UWP apps. With Remix OS and Google's Android-ified Chrome coming up, the competition will be fierce: the Play Store is stuffed with apps, including Microsoft's own.HP's imminent Elite x3 phone and "Lap Dock" - a laptop powered by the phone Continuum is clearly a work in progress, and I reckon it has leaped over the first hurdle. If the goal is to allow users to carry only one device, then I’d like to see much more focus on the UX - starting with multiple window support. To recap, HP has a beast of a phone – the Elite x3 – with two docks. One is a static desk stand, the other a kind of “hollowed out laptop” - the “Lap Dock”. This looks like a 12.5 inch laptop, and has a HD display and battery. The x3 phone is the “CPU and motherboard”. We’ll report back next week on how HP’s hefty investment in Continuum is looking.So, Continuum. A dog walking on its hind legs? An expensive way to turn your phone into a slow netbook? There's a grain of truth to this criticism, but the potential is there, for sure. Bournemouth University in the UK was hit by 21 ransomware attacks in the past 12 months, according to records unearthed by a Freedom of Information request.

The request was made by endpoint security firm SentinelOne, which also revealed to The Register that 60 per cent of 71 universities it questioned had been hit by ransomware. Two-thirds were hit multiple times.A popular games forum has apparently been hacked, resulting in records for more than three million accounts and many more Steam keys being stolen.The forum for DLH was allegedly compromised, and a copy of the data uploaded to the LeakedSource breach notification service. In addition to user account details – including weakly MD5-hashed passwords – the hackers were able to get millions of Steam game keys that users had been sharing through the forum, it is claimed.The hacker responsible for the reported theft is apparently the same person responsible for an earlier compromise of a Dota 2 forum that resulted in the theft of nearly two million user account records. The Anniversary operating system is understood to be freezing PCs where Windows 10 is stored on the SSD, but apps and data are on a separate drive.A Microsoftie writing on answers.microsoft.com reckons the software giant is now investigating the matter following a "small number of reports."Until there's a fix, however, Microsoft has published a series of steps to recover the PC.Microsoft's workaround involves reverting to the previous version of Windows within 10 days of the update."If you are unable to log into Windows 10 and choose to uninstall the Anniversary Update, here are two methods that can be used," Microsoft said.

Kjl1956 writing on the same answers site admitted to a successful rollback, but PaulQ_602, who detailed his machine as an Acer VN7 laptop with 256 SSD and a 1Tb HD, both using Bitlocker, hit a wall.PaulQ_602w wrote: "I tried to roll back and it destroyed my system. Hung up in the process. It wouldn't boot again. I had to wipe the entire SSD and start over with a clean install of Win 10 (anniversary edition unfortunately). It was freezing again soon after, but I managed to go over an hour last night with no freezing then I had to leave it. I'm going to get back on it after work and see if it's freezing again.Regardless, the incident is yet another on the pile adding up to lost faith in Microsoft and Windows 10 downloads.Kjl1956 continued "A year out of the box and more trouble than I [sic] the year of insider testing. MS could have at least held back r1 if a device was moved backed to the old build, but no." USENIX VID University researchers have developed a new method to help forensic investigators extract data information from memory.The tool, dubbed Retroscope, recovered data from up to the previous 11 screens displayed from up to 15 apps, with an average of five screens pulled from each.

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Apps included Signal, Skype, WeChat, Gmail, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Telegram running on a Samsung S4, LG G3, and HTC One.It is a "new paradigm in smartphone forensics", according to the team of Brendan Saltaformaggio, Rohit Bhatia, Xiangyu Zhang, and Dongyan Xu of Purdue University, and Golden G. Richard III of the University of New Orleans."We feel without exaggeration that this technology really represents a new paradigm in smartphone forensics," Saltaformaggio says."It is very different from all the existing methodologies for analyzing both hard drives and volatile memories."The lead author says he was "amazed" by the lack of in-memory app data protection reckoning that information should be "shredded" after it is displayed.Writing over expired screens will impact smartphone performance however and the team did not find an easy way to counter their forensic data extraction methods.

The team's work builds extends early research which recovered the last screen displayed by an Android application.Retroscope is described in the paper Screen after Previous Screens: Spatial-Temporal Recreation of Android App Displays from Memory Images [PDF] and in a proof-of-concept video as a tool for police to pull new information from smartphones that have not been locked or shut down. Retroscope is inspired by the observations that app-internal data on previous screens exists much longer in memory than the GUI data structures that 'package' them and each app is able to perform context-free redrawing of its screens upon command from the Android framework. Based on these, RetroScope employs a novel interleaved re-execution engine to selectively reanimate an app’s screen redrawing functionality from within a memory image. Our evaluation shows that RetroScope is able to recover full temporally-ordered sets of screens (each with 3 to 11 screens) for a variety of popular apps on a number of different Android devices.Police have methods for preserving machines that have been left on in a bid to capture decrypted information and data stored in memory.Jailed Silk Road kingpin Ross Ulbricht was nabbed in a public library with his laptop still running, securing police additional crucial evidence.

Security researchers will demonstrate how crooks can break into cars at will using wireless signals that can unlock millions of vulnerable vehicles.The eggheads, led by University of Birmingham computer scientist Flavio Garcia alongside colleagues from German engineering firm Kasper & Oswald, have managed to clone a VW Group remote control key fob after eavesdropping on the gizmos' radio transmissions.The hack can be used by thieves to wirelessly unlock as many as 100 million VW cars, each at the press of a button. Almost every vehicle the Volkswagen group has sold for the past 20 years – including cars badged under the Audi and Skoda brands – is potentially vulnerable, say the researchers. The problem stems from VW’s reliance on a “few, global master keys.”El Reg asked Volkswagen to comment on the findings, but we didn’t hear back at the time of going to press. We’ll update this story as and when we hear anything more.During an upcoming presentation, titled Lock It and Still Lose It — on the (In)Security of Automotive Remote Keyless Entry Systems at the Usenix security conference (abstract below) – the researchers are also due to outline a different set of cryptographic flaws in keyless entry systems as used by car manufacturers including Ford, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Peugeot.

The two examples are designed to raise awareness and show that keyless entry systems are insecure and ought to be re-engineered in much the same way that car immobilisers were previously shown to provide less than adequate protection.While most automotive immobiliser systems have been shown to be insecure in the last few years, the security of remote keyless entry systems (to lock and unlock a car) based on rolling codes has received less attention. In this paper, we close this gap and present vulnerabilities in keyless entry schemes used by major manufacturers. In our first case study, we show that the security of the keyless entry systems of most VW Group vehicles manufactured between 1995 and today relies on a few, global master keys. We show that by recovering the cryptographic algorithms and keys from electronic control units, an adversary is able to clone a VW Group remote control and gain unauthorised access to a vehicle by eavesdropping a single signal sent by the original remote.Secondly, we describe the Hitag2 rolling code scheme (used in vehicles made by Alfa Romeo, Chevrolet, Peugeot, Lancia, Opel, Renault, and Ford among others) in full detail. We present a novel correlation-based attack on Hitag2, which allows recovery of the cryptographic key and thus cloning of the remote control with four to eight rolling codes and a few minutes of computation on a laptop. Our findings affect millions of vehicles worldwide and could explain unsolved insurance cases of theft from allegedly locked vehicles.

Garcia was previously blocked from giving a talk about weaknesses in car immobilisers following a successful application to a British court by Volkswagen. This earlier research on how the ignition key used to start cars might be subverted was eventually presented last year, following a two year legally enforced postponement.The latest research shows how tech-savvy thieves might be able to unlock cars locked by the vehicles' owners without covering how their engines might subsequently be turned on.WiReD reports that both attacks might be carried out using a cheap $40 piece of radio hardware to intercept signals from a victim’s key fob. Alternatively, a software defined radio rig connected to a laptop might be employed. Either way, captured data can be used to make counterfeit kit.Jason Hart, CTO data protection at Gemalto, said: “The security of connected cars is one of the biggest issues that manufacturers are faced with today as it has the potential to be one of the most dangerous connected ecosystems. While no car, or device for that matter, can ever be 100% unhackable, there are some key security precautions that original equipment manufacturers must incorporate.

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