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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogFakhar Zaman has scored 220 runs from three games in the series. Photo: ICCBULAWAYO: Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first in the fourth ODI against Zimbabwe.Pakistan is eyeing its fourth straight ODI win as they take on a depleted...
Ranbir Kapoor Set To Break Salman Khan's Highest Record Because Bhai Just Lost The 'Race'
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsSanjay Dutt's biopic 'Sanju' has changed the box-office game in Bollywood in a short span of time. While everyone expected this movie to do wonders, no one thought it would be a complete game-changer as well. From the impeccable acting, crisp dialogues and script to the extraordinary cast, Rajkumar Hirani's movie has become one of the most entertaining films of the year. © Twitter Within 19 days, the movie has broken many records. In fact, Ranbir Kapoor's film has already smashed one of Salman Khan's records and will soon surpass another. © FoxStarHindi Since its release, the movie has earned Rs. 321.57 crore, becoming the fourth highest grossing film in Bollywood, leaving Salman's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' behind. Now Ranbir's movie is heading for the third position and is set to beat Bhaijaan's record of 'Tiger Zinda Hai' (Rs. 339.16 crores) as well. © SKF Well, rumours have it that Salman Khan already isn't very pleased with Ranbir for reasons that we know (*cough* Katrina). So now, the rivalry between the two actors might get more intense, as Ranbir looks poised to break all of Salman's records. © Twitter 'Sanju' has become the No.1 film of 2018 and has also crossed the 100 crore mark within the first week of its release. The movie has left many impressed and even Ranbir's lady love, Alia Bhatt, can't stop praising it. Talking about the movie she said, “I really liked it. It is a fantastic, fabulous and an outstanding film. I think in my top 10 best film list, 'Sanju' is high up there. Ranbir is outstanding in it. Vicky Kaushal and Paresh Ji (Rawal) also did a fantastic job. Everyone including Anushka (Sharma) and Sonam (Kapoor) did a really good job. It's a full package.” © FoxStarHindi People can't stop raving about Ranbir's performance in 'Sanju' and the movie is indeed turning the box-office game. Salman's apparent displeasure does not come as a surprise, but then again, this is what happens when you do films like 'Race 3'.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsAs 'Mission: Impossible Fallout' inches closer to its release date, every new development in the movie, teasers, trailers and BTS videos are compelling us to ask this important question: were Tom Cruise and the other actors forced to sign for this movie at gunpoint? How else can we justify all the death-defying stunts and fight scenes, that the actors are willingly taking up to complete this impossible mission? © Paramount Pictures We have already seen all the dangerous stunts that Tom Cruise is capable of performing, but it seems we've only reached the tip of the iceberg. Honestly, Tom Cruise is one of the world's greatest and fittest actors, for whom we can use this statement even after 10 years – “Check out this actor who is giving actors half his age a run for their money.” © Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures recently released a jaw-dropping video of a fight scene between Tom Cruise, stuntman-turned-actor Liang Yang and Henry Cavill and his $25 million moustache. This 44-second 'bathroom fight' clip shows Ethan Hunt, August Walker, and Lark Decoy engaged in a brutal fight, and the audience has no idea whatsoever, about who is in whose team now. If this video and all the other teasers and trailers we've seen so far do not make you mark the dates of the movie, we wonder what will. Ahead of its release, Director Christopher McQuarrie's 'Mission: Impossible Fallout' has already earned great reviews from the critics and viewers. We now can't wait for July 27, when the movie will hit the theatres, which also stars Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Michelle Monaghan, Alec Baldwin, Sean Harris and Rebecca Ferguson.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsResearchers have discovered that criminals can steal your password and other sensitive details, buy simply analysing the residual heat left by fingertips on a computer keyboard. According to the research, it is possible for criminals to use a thermal camera to record heat signatures left by your hands. Criminals can detect the residual heat up to a minute after someone has touched the keys. The researches claim, that the hackers can wait for someone to step away from their computer before stealing sensitive data such as passwords, banking details and other data. The cyber attack has been branded as the 'thermanator'. © University of California The cyber attack was discovered by the scientists at the University of California, and have warned users to protect themselves from a possible 'thermanator' attack. Study lead author Professor Gene Tsudik told Bleeping Computer (https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/thermanator-attack-steals-passwords-by-reading-thermal-residue-on-keyboards/), "It's a new attack that allows someone with a mid-range thermal camera to capture keys pressed on a normal keyboard, up to one minute after the victim enters them. If you type your password and walk or step away, someone can learn a lot about it after-the-fact.” In order for such an attack to work, hackers will need to place a thermal camera within the vicinity of your laptop or computer keyboard. Footage from these cameras can be analysed to find your passwords and other information. © Pexels During the study, a total of 31 participants were asked to enter their passwords on four types of keyboards. Eight non-experts were asked to analyse the footage and work out the keys that were pressed based on the heat signatures. The thermal recordings were clear enough for non-experts to identify and decipher user's passwords. So, the next time when you are working in a cafe or in a public place, make sure of your surroundings and never leave your laptop unattended. Source: Bleeping Computer