So you prevent the snapchat message with a screenshot (iPhone)

Snapchat-iPhone-6The Snapchat Online App is picture-chat app for your smartphone, in which you can control how long your friends can see a signal sent from you picture. “It’s easy to get around. Why do not I just take a screenshot?” The App notifies the sender of the message if the recipient tries to take a screen shot of the scanned image. That you can prevent. So it goes on the iPhone:

Jailbreak – if you already have the phone gejailbreaked, proceed to step. 3

  1. Charging Absinthe down, run the application and click on “Jailbreak”.
  2. You now have the new Cydia app on your phone. Open the app and do a set-up of your data system. After set-up Click on “hackers” if that appears.
  3. Search now in the App Cydia search button (bottom right), search for “Activator” and install and certify Activator.
  4. Make a restart.

Activator gives you is possibility to change the function of buttons. We now change so that the function of the volume buttons – and so that you can thus make a Screenschot. This screenshot gets snapchat not because snapchat the volume knob is not monitored.

Now you have therefore only Activator properly configure Here’s how:

  1. Start the Activator app.
  2. Select “Application” from.
  3. Select “Volume Buttons” from.
  4. Select “Down shorthold”.
  5. Scroll down bi “Take Screenshot” and choose this.


Pressures from just now the volume knob (down) if you want to take a screenshot of the snapchat not notice.

Warning: Please think of something, if you want to jailbreak your iPhone and you also think about whether you trust apps like Absinthe and if you make a screenshot of an image is acting confidently and prudently. Never place someone merely.

Extended powers of investigation: Apple to decrypting iMessage

In such a rarely observed Speeches Cupertinos Apple has launched a public opinion on the so-called “Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill” submitted on Monday and the British bill, which seeks to extend the investigative powers of law enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom clearly, sharply criticized.


imessage-appThe DRIP bill in bullet points

The background to the emergency law, which is to regulate, inter alia, extended data retention, can be in the Wikipedia read – for a quick overview on the cuts in civil rights, we recommend you, however, this bulleted list of the English Guardian.

This has formulated in his review the relevant passages of the bill of course and makes among other things, on all those points carefully that even Apple has with its letter to the “Committee on the Investigatory Powers Bill” now specifically criticized.

Thus, the law should be affected:

  • Network providers and mobile providers should ensure all website visits every UK citizen of the past 12 months and spend upon request of security authorities police and public bodies.
  • Security agencies should be large-scale and without suspicion of assurance “personal communications data” allows.
  • The text of the law admits the prosecution authorities and the police for the first time active computer attacks on computer and phones to listen to this, forcing companies to cooperate in order to overcome existing encryption mechanisms.

Apple would have to decrypt iMessage

Should the law be implemented in applicable law, Apple may have to encrypt the short message service iMessage for pc on demand disable and could iMessage backdoors for investigators are obliged to incorporate, which would limit the overall security infrastructure of WhatsApp competitors massively.

For companies whose success would also depend on the trust of its users, so Apple, such requirements would be catastrophic: “Any back door is a back door for everyone.”

“Yes, I want sex”: Provider forcing users to porn confession

At Sky UK you have to come out in the future as a porn consumer. The British telecommunications company automatically blocks websites with obscene content for all customers from 2016th Who wants to see porn, must remove a filter at Sky manually.

In the future, Sky UK Adult Content is automatically blocked. Up to 21 clock no websites can be called, which would be released at least 18 years. Only after 21 clock also “Ab 18” content are visible – porn or other obscene content, however, do not count it. Who wants to see the web bare facts must log in to his account and deactivate the Sky-Porn filters manually. About the introduction of barrier Sky UK wants to inform its customers by e-mail – who then inserts a veto, gets first no sexual content disappears.
Porn filter for the purposes of family
The porn filter as part of the efforts of the British government, “clean” to keep the Internet, introduced. Already in November 2013 launched the UK’s second-largest Internet providers filter called “Broadband Shield”, then still as an opt-in feature , This was hardly surprising activated by very few. From the beginning of 2016 so all is aufgebrummt the Porn lock.
According to Lyssa McGowan, Brand Director at Sky, “the customer learned the value of Sky Broadband filter to protect their families from unwanted and potentially harmful content on the Internet lately treasures.” Have To make the settings more easily and family-oriented, we have decided to take this step.

Australia banks agree Android Pay deal, Apple Pay still frozen out

SYDNEY Big Australian banks have agreed to accept payments made on mobile devices using Google Inc’s (GOOGL.O) Android Pay, leaving Apple Inc’s APPL.O rival Apple Pay system out in the cold as the tech giant struggles to coax lenders to accept its terms.

Banks including Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX), ANZ Banking Group (ANZ.AX) and Macquarie (MQG.AX) will accept contactless payments via Android smartphones when Google rolls out the service in first-half 2016, the tech giant said on Wednesday. Westpac and Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.AX) already operate their own mobile payment systems.

In contrast, Apple remains locked in talks with big banks in search of a deal to accept Apple Pay. The iPhone maker’s system launched in Australia last month, with support for American Express Co (AXP.N) cards, but remains adrift from 80 percent of consumers using other credit cards in a market Westpac sees as worth more than $2 billion this year.

“It’s a big bargaining chip for (Australian) banks to use to force a better deal with Apple,” said Foad Fadaghi, managing director of technology research firm Telsyte.

An Apple spokeswoman declined to comment.

Android Pay will support both MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards, Pali Bhat, director of product management at Google wrote in a blog post Wednesday. Consumer favorites like McDonald’s Corp (MCD.N) and Domino’s Pizza (DMP.AX) have also signed up, Google said, enhancing Android Pay’s appeal.

The absence of a deal on Apple Pay hinges on banks’ unwillingness to give up a slice of a market for contactless payments they have cultivated that is now much bigger than in many other countries.

More than 60 percent of all card transactions in Australia are now contactless, ANZ bank said in a statement on Wednesday, announcing the Android Pay tie-up.

In the United States, meanwhile, a survey by Verifone and Wakefield Research released in January 2015 found mobile wallets accounted for just about 4 percent of the overall payments market for in-store retail transactions.

Fees in Australia’s lucrative mobile payments market remain a bone of contention in Apple’s talks with the main banks.

Apple is demanding 15 basis points in interchange fees that banks have refused to share, people familiar with such negotiations say. Android Pay has no such charges, the sources said.

“The four Australian banks aren’t prepared to give up the amount of interchange fees that the U.S., Canadian and UK banks have done,” said Grant Halverson, a payments consultant from McLean Roche.

(Additional reporting by Matt Siegel; Editing by Diane Craft and Kenneth Maxwell)