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Apple fully open loophole bounty program

Apple announced today that it is expanding its BUG bounty program, making it open to all security researchers, and expanding the size of its bug-reporting devices, according to cnbeta. At the black hat security conference in Las Vegas in August, apple announced that it would expand its BUG bounty program, inviting security experts to submit security vulnerabilities found in apple products. Previously, apple only offered BUG rewards to selected security researchers by invitation, and only accepted security vulnerabilities on iOS.Starting today, the company will receive bug reports for a wider range of products, which also include iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS and iCloud.
In addition, the company increased its maximum bug bounty from $200,000 to $1.5 million, based on the danger and complexity of bugs. Apple today detailed the rules of bug bounty on its website, which is now in effect. The rules are so strict that researchers must submit clear reports in order to win the top prizes and bonus…

The impact of 5G on the IIoT(industrial Internet of things)

For ordinary consumers, the concept of 5G may be a higher network speed. The improvement of the Internet experience brought by the large bandwidth of 5G is the most intuitive. Mobile phones can watch higher-definition videos in real time. The lower latency and higher reliability bring a much smaller improvement to the experience of C-end users. The delay in opening a web page has been reduced from 50ms to 10ms, and consumers can barely perceive the difference.
In industry, the situation is completely different. The concept of the Industrial Internet has been proposed many years ago, but until the mobile Internet is so popular, the proportion of equipment networking in the industrial field is still small, and the applications related to networking equipment are still very shallow. The main reason is that the Internet has not yet reached the requirements in terms of latency and reliability. The application of the Industrial Internet of Things has only been able to stay at the surface of d…

5 Ways to help you remove the scratch from your mobile phone

Now everyone has a big screen smart phone, but if you do not buy a protective shell or cover, it is easy toscratch at the back rear cover or the screen, even if it was covered by the whole wrap protective case, there will inevitably be some scratches on the screen. Here are some tips that you can DIY to remove scratches on your phone, the effect is magical, have a try! 1, toothpaste
Toothpaste can be used in many occasions to scratch, toothpaste contains solid calcium carbonate, silica and other ingredients have the effect of grinding, and because of the hardness and screen glass similar, often can have a good  effect on removing scratch. But don't use children's toothpaste to clean your phone screen. Just use regular toothpaste.First, squeeze a little bit of toothpaste on a cotton swab or a clean cloth, then paint a circle around the scratched area and wipe gently until the scratch is gone. Finally, wipe off the excess toothpaste gently.
2,vegetable oil


Vegetable oil contains the …