I saw a post from Outdora in Sonoma asking for your favorite Big Green Egg recipe. I used a slightly enhanced version of the basic rub (some ingredients from my own rub for my Weber) on some beef short ribs. But the key was this:
2 Tablespoon Black pepper
2 Tablespoon Paprika
2 Tablespoon Garlic powder
2 Tablespoon Brown sugar
2 Tablespoon Onion powder
1 Teaspoon Chili powder
1 Teaspoon Cumin
1/2 Teaspoon Celery Seeds
Let the master grillin’ begin!!! Muwahahahaha!!
Well, this would seem to be a good way for Zagat to expand their business among their readers/user community – group specials. The brand combined with the idea of group coupons should be a winner. According to their press release:
“Diners who are passionate about where they eat will have confidence in knowing that these specials will be offered only in Zagat-Rated restaurants.”
Minutes after Apple issued a security update Wednesday, the maker of a 10-day-old jailbreak exploit released code that others
could put to use hijacking iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads.
Apple patched the bugs earlier Wednesday.
The exploits that comex used to jailbreak the iOS could be used for other purposes, including delivering malicious payloads to grab control of iPhones, iPads , and iPod Touches. All that would be necessary is for hackers to dupe users into visiting a malicious Web site or persuading
them to click on a link in an e-mail or text message.
It may not be long before comex’s work is turned into a weapon for attacks that gain “root” access, or complete control, of
iPhones and iPads.
“@comex thanks, using it to make malicious s*** now,” bragged someone identified as “MTWomg” on Twitter shortly after comex published the source code.
Noted Mac vulnerability researcher Dino Dai Zovi, co-author of The Mac Hackers Handbook , chimed in with a warning of his own. “Now that @comex released his jailbreak source, any bets on how long before it is
ported to Metasploit?” Dai Zovi tweeted Wednesday.
Metasploit is the open-source penetration testing framework that some use as a hacking toolkit.
Apple did not patch 2007’s first-generation iPhone or iPod Touch yesterday, delivering the update only to the iPhone 3G or later
running the iOS 2.0 or later, and to the second-generation iPod Touch or later running iOS 2.1 or later. Lacking patches,
those early models may be vulnerable to attack.
Also possibly at risk: Mac OS X. Like iOS, Apple’s desktop operating system includes the FreeType font engine, which may be
vulnerable to the same or a similar exploit.
And users who have used comex’s code to jailbreak their iPhones have a decision to make. If they accept Wednesday’s update,
they lose the ability to install and run software not approved by Apple. But by ignoring the update, they may be victimized
by future attacks based on the public code.
Security experts urged everyone, jailbreakers included, to apply the update.
“We recommend that all iOS users, including those who have jailbroken their devices, would install the latest update now,”
Hypponen said in a blog post Wednesday.
Users can download the iOS update by connecting their iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to their PC or Mac, running iTunes, clicking
on the device in the listing on the left and then clicking the “Check for Update” button.
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