Saturday, July 20, 2013

England - Australia 2nd Test at Lords

England - Australia - Ashes - 2nd Test - Day3: Post Lunch Session
Second Test - Lords
Joe Root is going strong as England is leading the second test by 369 runs on the 3rd day during post lunch session. England will be able to post 500 plus target to Australia if Root finishes his century and with little bit of contributions from the lower order batsmen.

England is clearly in drivers seat as Australian bowlers have trouble getting any wickets on the 3rd day of the Test match. We will update you with score in the comments section. Please follow the post for updates.

Facts and Figures:

Australia tour of England and Scotland - Test no. 2091 | 2013 season

The Ashes: 2nd Investec Test - England v Australia at Lord's, Jul 18-22, 2013

England won the toss and elected to bat first.

Scores:

Day 3 - Session 2 inprogress
England 361 & 136/4 (67.4 ov)
Australia 128

England lead by 369 runs with 6 wickets remaining.

Match Officials:

Umpires: HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) and M Erasmus (South Africa)
TV umpire: AL Hill (New Zealand)
Match referee: RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve umpire: RT Robinson

England in drivers seat after lunch on 3rd day, previous 2 days:

  • day 1 - England 1st innings 289/7 (TT Bresnan 7*, JM Anderson 4*, 89 ov)
  • day 2 - England 2nd innings 31/3 (JE Root 18*, TT Bresnan 0*, 20 ov)

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Facebook Security Bug Exposed

Facebook Security Bug Exposed
Security and Privacy on Internet is a real issue now in more complex social media world. With more and more people having social website accounts their privacy and information is at risk.

Recently a new Facebook security bug is exposed that exposes users’ personal contact information like emails or/and phone numbers to other users who were connected to them on facebook.

Currently this bug is affecting more than 6 million accounts on facebook.com

The security team at Facebook wrote in a blog post published today that when people upload their contact lists or address books to Facebook, we try to match that data with the contact information of other people on Facebook in order to generate friend recommendations.

This may be is a reason for the exposed security bug in the contact and recommendation system on Facebook.

On the official security blog security team reported:
“Because of the bug, some of the information used to make friend recommendations and reduce the number of invitations we send was inadvertently stored in association with people’s contact information as part of their account on Facebook,” the post continued. “As a result, if a person went to download an archive of their Facebook account through our Download Your Information (DYI) tool, they may have been provided with additional email addresses or telephone numbers for their contacts or people with whom they have some connection.”
It is believed that this bug is active for quite some time now and it was discovered by the security team last week. Facebook security team fixed the bug less than 24 hours after it was brought to their attention.

“For almost all of the email addresses or telephone numbers impacted, each individual email address or telephone number was only included in a download once or twice,” the post on the security blog on facebook reported. 

“This means, in almost all cases, an email address or telephone number was only exposed to one person. Additionally, no other types of personal or financial information were included and only people on Facebook – not developers or advertisers – have access to the DYI tool.”
 
Copyright © 2008 - 2012 IndiaVoice Blog. Powered by Blogger IndiaVoice News: IndiaVoice News. Blog: IndiaVoice Blog