[BleepingComputer] Watch out for new malware campaign”s ‘Windows 11 Alpha’ attachment

Relying on a simple recipe that has proved successful time and time again, threat actors have deployed a malware campaign recently that used a Windows 11 theme to lure recipients into activating malicious code placed inside Microsoft Word documents. […]

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[SecurityWeek] Canada Privacy Watchdog Slams Police Use of Facial Recognition Tool

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