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What’s the deal with these dang black flies? | Family & Parenting | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander | #parenting | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

I  grew up about three blocks from the Spokane River, and I never recall being bitten by any bugs really, except for the occasional mosquito that sucked a bit of […]

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Prince Harry says parenting style of royal family inflicts “pain and suffering” | #parenting | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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Prince Harry says he was caught in a cycle of “pain and suffering” growing up as a member of the British royal family, speaking candidly about his father, Prince Charles, […]

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Missing teen Kristen Galvan ‘is being sex trafficked after being lured out of family home’, cops fear | #tinder | #pof | #match | #sextrafficking | romancescams | #scams

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COPS fear a missing teen is being sex trafficked after being lured out of her grandma’s home in Texas last year. Kristen Galvan, 17, vanished from Spring on January 2, […]

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Facebook Dating may let you keep secrets from friends and family | #facebookdating | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

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Twitter user @wongmjane Facebook has begun internal testing for its new dating app.  Twitter user @wongmjane tweeted screenshots Friday of what she said was the sign-up screen for the social […]

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Movember Launches Family Man, World’s First Online Parenting Program for Fathers | #parenting | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

  February 9, 2021 (Los Angeles) Family Man, the world’s first online parenting program specifically for fathers, launched in the United States by leading men’s global health charity Movember. Family […]

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Family of Student Assaulted by Teacher Sues School | #teacher | #children | #kids | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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Face #ID shown #unlocking for #family #members who aren’t #alike

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Apple’s Face ID is the safest facial recognition system ever made for smartphones. Unlike its Android alternatives, it can’t be hacked with photos, and it can be used to authenticate mobile payments. It’s a lot more secure than Touch ID, and it’ll likely equip more Apple devices in the future. Even Android device makers are expected to copy Face ID this year.

But Face ID isn’t hackproof. It’s been proven already that young children can hack into their parents’ iPhone X units. Twins and triplets can also unlock the phones belonging to their siblings, especially at young age, and it’s pretty obvious why that happens.

A brand new video shows the same kind of Face ID hack between two family members who aren’t alike.

Posted on YouTube, a short video clip shows a daughter and mother unlocking the same iPhone using Face ID. The daughter isn’t that young, and she’s not so similar to her mother.

The Face ID hack is successful time and again, which is impressive. Somehow, the device thinks the same person is facing the phone, and it’s unlocking the device accordingly.

It’s unclear at this time whether the iPhone was trained to recognize both family members. The way Face ID works is that it keeps taking images of the user whenever the phone is unlocked, to continuously update the mathematical expression assigned to one’s face. By inputting the password after a failed Face ID unlock, you practically instruct the phone to include the most recent scan in its library, especially if it somewhat matches your face. Is this a real hack? Or is it a sort of error where Face ID was simply trained to recognize both faces, and made up some sort of weird mix between the two? After all, the two women are still mother and daughter, so it’s likely Face ID can find more than a few similarities between them.

Here’s a reminder of how Face ID works:

To improve unlock performance and keep pace with the natural changes of your face and look, Face ID augments its stored mathematical representation over time. Upon successful unlock, Face ID may use the newly calculated mathematical representation—if its quality is sufficient—for a finite number of additional unlocks before that data is discarded. Conversely, if Face ID fails to recognize you, but the match quality is higher than a certain threshold and you immediately follow the failure by entering your passcode, Face ID takes another capture and augments its enrolled Face ID data with the newly calculated mathematical representation. This new Face ID data is discarded after a finite number of unlocks and if you stop matching against it. These augmentation processes allow Face ID to keep up with dramatic changes in your facial hair or makeup use, while minimizing false acceptance.

Whatever is allowing this hack to work, Apple should definitely find a way to fix it.

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Hackers threaten to send Android users’ private photos and messages to all their friends and family

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Thousands of Android users are being held to ransom by a new strain of malware known as LeakerLocker. The so-called ransomware is being used by hackers to extort victims by threatening to leak their personal information to all their contacts unless a ransom is paid. This information could potentially include…

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William H. Macy And Stephen Colbert Call A Family Meeting For America

Actor William H. Macy had a heart-to-heart with the nation on Friday.

The “Shameless” star joined “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert for a “family meeting” with America, in which the two dads talked about pretty much everything from porn, puberty, taking drugs, Thanksgiving fireworks, where babies come from and drinking alcohol.

Their most crucial piece of advice came toward the end of the skit, however, alongside a thinly veiled dig at President-elect Read More

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Family Art Night – Try It, You’ll Like It!

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