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How to Jailbreak iOS 14.6

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Finally, another most awaited iOS version iOS 14.6 released. Here we are going to talk about what are the available iOS 14.6 jailbreak alternative app stores. You can use these app stores for both jailbreak and non-jailbreak iPhone / iPad devices.

If you have a Mac, or Linux you can jailbreak iOS 14.6 using Checkra1n jailbreak. But all you need is just enjoy some additional features, modified games, premium themes you don’t need to follow complicated jailbreaking methods or hesitate about apple warranties and stuff. Do you know that you can enjoy many of these features even without jailbreaking your iOS 14.6 running iPhone? You can install an alternative AppStore for your iPhone. These alternative app stores are full of jailbreak and non-jailbreak tweaks, games, themes, and many more. So Let’s talk about those,

App Stores for iOS 14.6 jailbreak tweaks

  1. TaigOne
  2. Ataler

Here I’m going to show you the two best available alternative app stores for iOS 14.6 Jailbreak & non-jailbreak apps. All these alternative jailbreak app stores are available for iOS 14.6. Especially, these are not just alternative app stores, repo installers, or tweak packages. These will support you to find the best jailbreak tools for your iOS versions and iPhone / iPad devices.

TaigOne App Store

TaigOne can be suggested as the best available alternative jailbreak app store for your iOS 14.6 or below devices. TaigOne is not just a jailbreak tweak store, for your iOS 14.6 iPhone/ iPad. TaigOne provides jailbreak software or tools, jailbreak tweaks, hundreds of themes, iOS downgrade apps, special social media++ versions, hacked games, free iOS paid apps for free, and tools for iOS customization.

TaigOne’s latest jailbreak apps for iOS 14.6 or below

  • Tweaked spotify
  • Filzaescaped for ios 14.6
  • Tweaked apps
  • Tweakbox app
  • Social Media ++ versions
  • Phantom for snap chat
  • Tweak ix for iOS 14.6 to iOS 14.5
  • Notifica tweak
  • Hacked games
  • Premium themes

TaigOne providing Jailbreak Tools

  • Checkra1n jailbreak
  • Odyssey jailbreak
  • Unc0ver jailbreak
  • Taurine jailbreak
  • Electra jailbreak
  • Pheonix jailbreak and more

TaigOne – Cydia Lite for iOS 14.6

The most popular jailbreak App Store is Cydia, and it is only available for jailbroken devices. Cydia also same as the previously mentioned TaigOne. Using Cydia you can get tweaks, themes, hacked games, and install many more apps such as Bluetooth and customize your iPhone as you wish. Using TaigOne you can enjoy a cydia experience via their Cydia lite version.

Ataler Apps

Ataler apps also another best app store for you. It is a total tweak package for iOS 14.6. You can enjoy the iOS 14.6 tweaks, many features using the Ataler apps. It’s an app collection of customization apps, free movie streaming apps, premium themes, icon packs, greeting apps, and many more for iOS 14.6 and below iPhone users.

Ataler latest apps for iOS 14.6 or below

  • Movien – Collection of Streaming apps
  • iWish – Greetings app
  • Colorup – iOS Themes / Wallpapers
  • Launchify — iOS Launcher
  • Jian – iPhone keyboard customization
  • Themeone and many more

How to Install Ataler?

Installing Ataler is really easy with 3 simple steps.

Step 1: You have to visit https://ataler.com 

Step 2: Click on the “Download” button.

Step 3: Install Ataler app.

Using the Ataler store you can download all the mentioned jailbreak or non-jailbreak support apps, tweaks, iPhone customization tools, free online streaming apps, and many more.

Disclaimer: The opinions in this article belong to the author alone. Nothing in this article constitutes a guarantee. Please conduct your own thorough research and backup your device before attempting any of these techniques.

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Co-living startup Habyt closes $24M Series B, merges with Homefully

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When WeWork appeared, other entrepreneurs looked at the model and thought that if you could apple co-working to property, then why not apply co-living. Thus, in the US, Common appeared, as did Hmlet in Asia. Imn the EU, Habyt launched, but has already gobbled-up its competitors Quarters, Goliving, and Erasmo’s Room.

It’s now closed a series B round of €20M / $24M, and merged with another competitor, Homefully, founded by Sebastian Wuerz in 2016. The round was backed by HV Capital (formerly Holtzbrink Ventures), Vorwerk Ventures, P101 and Picus Capital.

Founded in 2017 by Luca Bovone, Habyt will now have over 5,000 units across 15 cities and 6 countries. The merged companies will offer fully furnished and serviced living units, coupled with a tech-enabled user-experience and a focus on community, aimed at young professionals between 20 and 35 years old who move jobs and cities fairly frequently.

Luca Bovone, Founder and CEO of Habyt, said: “We have been on an incredible journey in the past year and a half. In spite of less than perfect market conditions we have been able to grow a lot via a very successful M&A strategy that brought us into the position of leaders of our sector in Europe and that still has a lot of potential. This 20M series B round really opens our doors to keep building Habyt both via organic growth and via more M&As. We are now looking at strategic targets in Europe, specifically in France and Italy, and also in other continents, especially in Asia.”

Sebastian Wuerz, Founder of homefully, said: “The coliving market is going through a consolidation phase and Habyt has really seized this opportunity quickly and effectively and is on the best track to become the leader of the sector at a global scale. Joining forces is a crucial step in this direction and I am very excited for the team to be part of this journey.”

Felix Kluehr, Partner at HV said: “We are happy to see that Habyt has emerged as the leading player in the European co-living market and HV is excited to support the team in their ambitious plan to build the leading European coliving company”.

Over an interview, Bovone told me: “It’s like a member’s club. We have a subscription model, where people pay a monthly fee, which is your rent, and then you can, of course, apply for a room somewhere else and know that we have a fairly decent scale across Europe and eventually, also in southern Europe. You are able to move from one place to the other. Our motto is live anywhere.”

He said that the pandemic had meant that people were ditching co-working spaces and “They would prefer to spend 50 to 100 euro more per month on getting better housing where they can work comfortably from home.”

“We are already seeing within our customer base, they want to stay six months in Berlin, three months in Madrid, then move back to Berlin and so on. The traditional housing market just doesn’t allow that to happen. You have contracts with utilities and so on, which you can never break and it’s just an outdated product offering, and we’re trying to tackle that.”

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Source: https://techcrunch.com/2021/06/16/co-living-startup-habyt-closes-24m-series-b-merges-with-homefully/

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GM increases its self-driving and EV investment to $35 billion

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GM has increased the money it’s earmarking for its combined EV and self-driving investment from 2020 through 2025 to $35 billion. The largest automaker in the US originally planned to pour $20 billion into the endeavor but decided to give it a boost and up it to $27 billion late last year. Now, as CNBC reports, it’s spending even more on efforts to go electric and driverless. 

The company will use the additional investment to accelerate the production of its battery and fuel cell technologies. It will build two more battery plants to the US in addition to the two that are already in construction, most likely in an effort to ensure that it doesn’t come across battery shortages as it ramps up its EV production. By having its own battery plants (like Tesla does with its Gigafactories), GM wouldn’t be at the mercy of third-party manufacturing partners in the future.

In the past, GM said it plans to have 30 EVs on the market by the end of 2025 and to exclusively sell electric vehicles by 2035. So far, GM has already introduced the Hummer EV and the new Chevy Bolts. among other models, but we’ll see the company reveal more in the coming years as it continues to electrify vehicles across its brands — especially since the company said it will expand those plans with the additional investment. GM didn’t provide any additional details about its new goals. CFO Paul Jacobson only said that the automaker “feel[s] good about all of [its] projects that are going on.” He added: “We’re moving aggressively and there’s a lot a lot of exciting things ahead for us.”

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Biden and Putin spar over cybersecurity, ransomware at Geneva summit

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Ransomware was a major point of discussion for both US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin during their first in-person summit on Wednesday. After the three-hour meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, both leaders held separate press conferences where they hinted at key points of discussions and potential compromise.

Putin denied that Russia was harboring ransomware groups and refused to answer questions about other cyberattacks. Biden was also vague about what was agreed upon between the two leaders but confirmed that he pressed Putin specifically on the issue of ransomware. 

“I talked about the proposition that certain critical infrastructure should be off limits to attack. Period. By cyber or any other means. I gave them a list, 16 specific entities. 16 defined as critical infrastructure,” Biden said.

Tom Kellermann, a member of the US Secret Service’s Cyber Investigations Advisory Board, said the 16 entities Biden was referring to were what CISA has defined as “critical infrastructure sectors.”

Kellermann added that the 16 sectors are chemical, commercial facilities, communications, critical manufacturing, dams, defense industrial base, emergency, energy, financial services, food and agriculture, government facilities, healthcare and public health, information technology, nuclear reactors, materials and waste, transportation systems, water and waste systems.  

All of these sectors have faced dozens of ransomware attacks over the last three years, and Biden said he pushed Putin to understand what the US was going through. He referenced the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline, which left parts of the East Coast scrambling for gas for days. 

“I looked at him and said: ‘How would you feel if ransomware took on the pipelines from your oil fields?’ He said: ‘It would matter.’ I pointed out to him that we have significant cyber capability. And he knows it,” Biden said to reporters. 

He went on to say that there were “reputational” consequences to the cyberattacks being leveraged from Russia that Putin was aware of.

The meeting follows a stern warning that was sent out by the US and other G7 countries on Monday that specifically called out Russia for either launching their own cyberattacks or harboring ransomware organizations. 

The G7 said Russia needed to “identify, disrupt, and hold to account those within its borders who conduct ransomware attacks, abuse virtual currency to launder ransoms, and other cyber crimes.”

NATO also sent out a statement after the summit in Brussels reaffirming the idea that “the impact of significant malicious cumulative cyber activities might, in certain circumstances, be considered as amounting to an armed attack.”

Kellermann, who is also head of cybersecurity strategy at VMware, said the summit was “a seminal moment for civilizing cyberspace” and praised Biden for highlighting the need to protect critical industries.

“As a result of this delineation, I believe that significant ransomware attacks against major critical infrastructures will diminish now, but possibly increase against traditional corporations, such as in the retail and financial sectors.”

Many cybersecurity experts said the summit would have little effect on ransomware groups allowed to operate with impunity in a number of countries. 

But the idea that cybersecurity had reached a level of concern worthy of mention among two world leaders was a positive sign for some.

“It was an excellent use of the ‘bully pulpit’ to let the world know that cybersecurity matters to America — and specifically the office of the president. We in the cybersecurity world already have an ‘all-hands-on-deck’ mentality — but it’s healthy to see that our concern is now shared in the prism of leadership, outside of our sector,” said YouAttest CEO Garret Grajek. 

Elena Elkina, a partner at privacy and data protection consulting firm Aleada, noted that Putin does not like demands or being told what to do, and she predicted he would respond to Biden’s forceful talk about cyberattacks in a more understated way. “It will be something more tangible that makes obvious his opinion,” she said. 

Cybersecurity researcher Chloé Messdaghi said the summit was just one manifestation of a deeper cyber Cold War that both countries needed to back down from. While the summit was a good start to addressing the problems between both countries, Messdaghi said formalized pacts around cybersecurity would be hard to come by. 

“The reality is that we may never have absolute and effective treaty-level accords on cyberattacks because so much is done by proxy, but each global superpower must strive to prevent chaos within their borders,” Messdaghi added.

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Biden and Putin spar over cybersecurity, ransomware at Geneva summit

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Ransomware was a major point of discussion for both US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin during their first in-person summit on Wednesday. After the three-hour meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, both leaders held separate press conferences where they hinted at key points of discussions and potential compromise.

Putin denied that Russia was harboring ransomware groups and refused to answer questions about other cyberattacks. Biden was also vague about what was agreed upon between the two leaders but confirmed that he pressed Putin specifically on the issue of ransomware. 

“I talked about the proposition that certain critical infrastructure should be off limits to attack. Period. By cyber or any other means. I gave them a list, 16 specific entities. 16 defined as critical infrastructure,” Biden said.

Tom Kellermann, a member of the US Secret Service’s Cyber Investigations Advisory Board, said the 16 entities Biden was referring to were what CISA has defined as “critical infrastructure sectors.”

Kellermann added that the 16 sectors are chemical, commercial facilities, communications, critical manufacturing, dams, defense industrial base, emergency, energy, financial services, food and agriculture, government facilities, healthcare and public health, information technology, nuclear reactors, materials and waste, transportation systems, water and waste systems.  

All of these sectors have faced dozens of ransomware attacks over the last three years, and Biden said he pushed Putin to understand what the US was going through. He referenced the ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline, which left parts of the East Coast scrambling for gas for days. 

“I looked at him and said: ‘How would you feel if ransomware took on the pipelines from your oil fields?’ He said: ‘It would matter.’ I pointed out to him that we have significant cyber capability. And he knows it,” Biden said to reporters. 

He went on to say that there were “reputational” consequences to the cyberattacks being leveraged from Russia that Putin was aware of.

The meeting follows a stern warning that was sent out by the US and other G7 countries on Monday that specifically called out Russia for either launching their own cyberattacks or harboring ransomware organizations. 

The G7 said Russia needed to “identify, disrupt, and hold to account those within its borders who conduct ransomware attacks, abuse virtual currency to launder ransoms, and other cyber crimes.”

NATO also sent out a statement after the summit in Brussels reaffirming the idea that “the impact of significant malicious cumulative cyber activities might, in certain circumstances, be considered as amounting to an armed attack.”

Kellermann, who is also head of cybersecurity strategy at VMware, said the summit was “a seminal moment for civilizing cyberspace” and praised Biden for highlighting the need to protect critical industries.

“As a result of this delineation, I believe that significant ransomware attacks against major critical infrastructures will diminish now, but possibly increase against traditional corporations, such as in the retail and financial sectors.”

Many cybersecurity experts said the summit would have little effect on ransomware groups allowed to operate with impunity in a number of countries. 

But the idea that cybersecurity had reached a level of concern worthy of mention among two world leaders was a positive sign for some.

“It was an excellent use of the ‘bully pulpit’ to let the world know that cybersecurity matters to America — and specifically the office of the president. We in the cybersecurity world already have an ‘all-hands-on-deck’ mentality — but it’s healthy to see that our concern is now shared in the prism of leadership, outside of our sector,” said YouAttest CEO Garret Grajek. 

Elena Elkina, a partner at privacy and data protection consulting firm Aleada, noted that Putin does not like demands or being told what to do, and she predicted he would respond to Biden’s forceful talk about cyberattacks in a more understated way. “It will be something more tangible that makes obvious his opinion,” she said. 

Cybersecurity researcher Chloé Messdaghi said the summit was just one manifestation of a deeper cyber Cold War that both countries needed to back down from. While the summit was a good start to addressing the problems between both countries, Messdaghi said formalized pacts around cybersecurity would be hard to come by. 

“The reality is that we may never have absolute and effective treaty-level accords on cyberattacks because so much is done by proxy, but each global superpower must strive to prevent chaos within their borders,” Messdaghi added.

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