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[SecurityWeek] Google Patches Two More Exploited Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Chrome

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Google on Thursday announced the rollout of a Chrome update to address four security vulnerabilities, including two that are already being exploited in the wild. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[BleepingComputer] Windows 11 lets you enable the classic Windows 10 Start Menu, here’s how

With yesterday’s leak of a preview build for Windows 11, many users have quickly shared their opinion regarding how they felt about the new Start Menu. If you are not a fan of the new Start Menu layout, Microsoft has included a setting that lets you revert back to the classic Start Menu. […] Source: […]

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[SecurityWeek] Lithuanian Agency Warns Against Use of Chinese-made Phones

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Lithuanian cybersecurity experts are urging the country’s government agencies to abandon the use of Chinese smartphone brands after an investigation identified security vulnerabilities and censorship concerns with certain devices. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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