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I'm not too keen on wrecking my main mode of transport, Healy said.The pair were philosophical about the risk to life and limb, however.You could realistically use this as a means to target someone, but you could also just hit them with a car, Ryan said. Malware has emerged from war-torn Syria targeting those protesting the rule of ISIS (ISIL, Islamic State, whatever the murderous humanity-hating fanatics are calling themselves these days.)The trivial Windows spyware, analyzed by University of Toronto internet watchdog Citizen Lab, was sent out in a small number of emails aimed squarely at members of the group Raqqah is being Slaughtered Silently (RSS) 每 which is holed up deep in ISIS-controlled territory and campaigning against the medieval terror bastards.The booby-trapped emails purport to come from a Canadian expat group that wants to help the fight against ISIS. The messages ask the recipients to check over a report about the actions of the religious fanatics. Clicking on the URL leads to a file-sharing account with TempSend, and downloads an archive called slideshow.zip.While the zipped folder does contain a few maps, it also holds some simple but dangerous spyware called AdobeR1.exe: when run, it emails the infected system's public IP address to its masters. There's no backdoor or other sort of remote access 每 the computer simply emails out its network address whenever it boots up.


Just getting the IP address may not sound like much, but it could be useful information in the hands of a determined killer, and may narrow down the location of a target, if not pinpoint it using geolocation.Syria's internet access is so fractured and scarce that mapping IP addresses to particular locations isn't impossible: imagine a person regularly using a cafe for web access; if ISIS can map the cafe's network address to its physical location, it will know exactly where that person is when he or she switches on their laptop.(This is assuming the target hasn't heard of Tor or VPNs. Of course, if the IP address leads to the wrong place, kicking down a door and slaughtering everyone inside is just a Monday morning jolly for ISIS, anyway.)In areas of the bloodstained country still run by the Assad regime, internet access is provided by the state telco, which of course has its own IP address block. So a machine running the spyware with a network address in that range could well be within those Assad-held sectors.In the north of the country, largely controlled by the Free Syrian Army and Kurdish forces, internet access is almost exclusively provided via commercial satellite internet, which again has its own IP range.


And someone with the right skills could use the leaked public IP addresses to prod a victim's machine for software vulnerabilities to exploit, leading to a full system compromise and, ultimately, death.This malware is pretty basic and buggy, we're told. Citizen Lab senior security analyst Seth Hardy told The Register that the code only sends out the initial IP discovered, and doesn't update itself, which the analysis team think is down to bad coding. The emails it sends out also don*t use any encryption.On the balance of probabilities, Citizen Lab thinks it's highly likely the malware involved has been developed by ISIS. The Syrian government has its own spyware that installs a backdoor and opens link back to government agents so they can remotely control the infected PC.The other possibility is that the code has been purchased from one of many unscrupulous outfits that sell malware to the highest bidder, often quite legally. But the new sample doesn't look like it came from one of these cyber-merchants.It's not even close to commercial samples, Hardy said. It definitely looks like it has been developed internally.



The spyware has now been fingerprinted and the signatures published for antivirus products to use, so hopefully security software companies will be able to block further infections. But Hardy said it would be trivial to tweak the code to evade detection again.It's possible the code is the work of British hacker Junaid Hussain, who was sentenced to a six-month stretch behind bars in 2012 for infiltrating the email account of an aide to Tony Blair, and flooding the UK's national anti-terrorism hotline with spoof calls.Hussain has since skipped bail and fled Blighty. According to various tweets he is now operating in ISIS-controlled territory and may be using his computer skills to create malware, as he did in his earlier hacking attacks.We can't say for certain where this malware came from, but based on what we're seeing in the Lab the entry costs and expertise needed for these kinds of attacks is falling drastically John Scott-Railton, coauthor of the Citizen Lab study, told The Register.


Malware like this is becoming the digital equivalent of the AK-47; it's cheap, easy to use, and can be very dangerous when it's used by militant groups looking to find their enemies. Product roundup Under the tree this Christmas, wearables beyond woolly socks, gloves and tasteless jumpers will be in abundance. Wristbands and smartwatches that track our activity now cover a diverse range of prices and functions. Most offer &lifelogging*, the latest buzzword used to describe monitoring everything you do from exercise to sleep.You*ll be hard pressed to find a strap on that doesn*t have an accompanying app that shows the bigger picture of activity. This information can even be used to trade off your exercise burn against the calories consumed from your daily diet and keep track of any activity goals.To make your slob shopping easier, in this round-up of 20 wearables, we*ve grouped similar types of devices together. You*ll find designs offering different advantages from simple to sophisticated; long battery life down to daily charges and basic activity tracking to devices specialising in cardio workouts.


So is getting a fitness wearable going to be an awkward gift, much like getting fragrant toiletries? Instead of wondering if it*s a hint that you smell, will a health monitoring band insinuate you*re a slob? No doubt there will be some teasing around that, but for those with the gift of fitness in mind, you'll find there are devices aplenty to suit all comers.With this selection, out-of-box-set up is straightforward with Bluetooth pairing to a companion app on iOS, Android and some like Fitbit support Windows phones too. These wearables show limited information on goal progress, with workouts and other details viewable from the app. They all offer a &social motivation* aspect, that some folk may get excited about 每 connect and compete against others, if that*s what it takes to get you going.For overall lifelogging, FitBit and Jawbone are among the leading lights, which makes the Flex a safe choice. It*s unisex too, with two sizes of wristband supplied, available in 10 colours. It's very light and the silicone band is extremely comfortable 每 most of the time you don*t notice your wearing it. Set-up is quoted as 10 minutes, which was spot-on and and its rechargeable battery lasts about a week. You also get a wireless dongle to hook it up to the desktop version of the app to make getting into details easier.



The Flex has a few winning reasons to consider it, as it*s water resistant to 10 metres 每 so it's wearable in the pool 每 logs vigorous exercise not just steps walked and has quick syncing to mobile GPS (iPhone only for now) to map runs and walks. It also syncs with Fitbit Aria Wi-Fi scales to calculate body mass index (BMI). However, the sleep monitor needs to be activated just before you drop off, which is typical of all fitness bands, albeit a tad impractical.The Fitbit Flex is one of the cheapest ways to join the holistic gang for monitoring everything in daily life, with one of the best UI apps that opens and syncs instantly. Coming soon is the Fitbit Surge, which includes smartwatch features, along with fitness tracking, but no UK release date yet.With this new budget device, Jawbone puts an affordable activity tracker with an informative companion app in the hands fitness fans. The Jawbone Up Move works as a clip on device to wear on clothing, although a wrist strap is also available, but it does look a bit cheap. It does the usual calorie counting, activity and sleep tracking (as getting a good night*s kip is as vital as exercise) with tips on how to improve your daily routine. The battery life is a boon too, with Jawbone claiming it should last six months.The Up Move is more functional than fashionable 每 especially if worn as a wristband 每 but compared to others on test, it is incredibly easy to set up. Simply pop in the coin battery, download the Up app and then pair 每 all done in a couple of minutes.On its face, information is shown on 12 white LED*s for an at-a-glance view of fitness goals and the current time, with coloured symbols 每 orange (for activities) and blue (for sleep) 每 indicating the active mode. Although the Up Move lacks the finesse of other Jawbone trackers, when clipped on clothing it goes unnoticed and like Fitbit devices, it offers a great app.


Stob Laud Satya Nadella stood at the leaded casement of his garret, contemplating the ominous, brooding sky to the south. The flag over the Maeiouster's Hub Complex barely stirred in the still air, so that he could not only see the sigil of his once-proud house - gules and vert oblongs accroupis sur a respectant brace, azure dexter and jaune sinister, of quatrocons, conjoined to the Mark of Registered Trade - but also make out the motto VENIT FENESTRAE (which, as everybody knows, is Old Visbasian for Windows is coming) proudly emblazoned in the finest, most delicate Comic Sans that the T-shirt weavers of Old Redmond could fashion.Behind him, on his desk, his laptop was making a curious skirling, like an unconvincing communicator prop from a defunct 1980s sci-fi franchise. Nadella sighed, left the window and touched the machine's screen, and, in just that 15 mysterious seconds it sometimes takes Explorer to relinquish enough processor time for anything else to get a look-in, he was skyping with his castellan, who was sat in the room next door.A small, balding man entered the room, smiling thinly and nervously. He said: Sit you securely on some sumptuously saddled sorrel stallion, sire?Nadella groaned inwardly. Before the change in regime, Maeistor Allyne-the-Alliterator had spent some time - or many mad months as he would have put it - working on a top secret Touch-Word for Surface 3 extension intended to introduce the potent productive power of poetry (Allyne again) to all your everyday business communications. The project, like so many, had perished with the old regime, but too late, Nadella suspected, to save the maeistor's reason.

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