Living a lie #seventhanomaly

The other day I happened to read a small article on self deception in a news paper.  Reflecting on it I thought that it is not possible to live an absolutely truthful life.  Yes, there are innumerable occasions in our lives wherein we may have to speak something other than truth, lies to put it bluntly, just to impress others and to win our ways.

Read more at Living a lie http://www.seventhanomaly.com/anomaly/2015/2/11/living-a-lie 

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Clever 7-year-old discovers how to bypass Apple’s Touch ID in the simplest way possible

BGR

While we’ve been reading about elaborate hacks of Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint identification system for more than a year now, one clever 7-year-old boy has figured out the simplest way to bypass the system without knowing one line of code. CNN Monday reports that Harrison Green, the 7-year-old son of Johns Hopkins University professor Matthew Green, smartly snuck into his father’s room while he was asleep and pressed his dad’s fingerprint against the Touch ID scanner on his iPhone 6 Plus. Voila — instant “hack.”

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Clever 7-year-old discovers how to bypass Apple’s Touch ID in the simplest way possible

BGR

While we’ve been reading about elaborate hacks of Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint identification system for more than a year now, one clever 7-year-old boy has figured out the simplest way to bypass the system without knowing one line of code. CNN Monday reports that Harrison Green, the 7-year-old son of Johns Hopkins University professor Matthew Green, smartly snuck into his father’s room while he was asleep and pressed his dad’s fingerprint against the Touch ID scanner on his iPhone 6 Plus. Voila — instant “hack.”

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