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We talked about the DST change in our diary http://isc.sans.edu/diary.html?storyid=9898. We have received reports that iphone will not recognize the date change and similar problems with other cellphone companies. It is worth checking whether your phone, computer and other electronic devices automatically switched their date to have no further problems. Do not forget to let us know through our contact form if you encountered problems in this regard.

More information at http://edition.cnn.com/2010/TECH/mobile/11/05/apple.alarm.daylight.savings/

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For those of us living in many parts of the world today is the day to change your clock back one hour on those devices that don't do so automatically. In fact, since DST changed in some countries those devices that do change themselves now do so on the wrong day, requiring two manual changes. Case in point, our household alarm clock. Also our daughter wakes at precisely 6am and does not adjust to changes in timezone or DST very quickly. Find any devices or systems that should change, but didn't? Things that change on the original dates, now that DST is on different days now? Let us know in comments below, or via our contact form here https://isc.sans.edu/contact.html.
Cheers,

Adrien de Beaupr

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