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Microsoft warns about email spam campaign abusing Office vulnerability

Microsoft’s security researchers have issued a warning on Friday afternoon about an ongoing spam wave that is spreading emails carrying malicious RTF documents that infect users with malware without user interaction, once users open the RTF documents. Microsoft said the spam wave appears to target European users, as the emails are sent in various European languages. “In the new campaign,… Read more →

I went to buy a Google Pixel 3a. T-Mobile tried to put me off

A good phone. But how should it be sold? It sounded like a revolution. Well, a small one. Like suddenly eating oatmeal for breakfast instead of a Starbucks Double Bacon Sandwich. The Google Pixel 3a seemed to offer an exciting mixture of nice phone and a (relatively) reasonable price. Indeed, my colleague Jason Cipriani was quite enamored with its big,… Read more →

Opera, Brave, Vivaldi to ignore Chrome’s anti-ad-blocker changes, despite shared codebase

TechRepublic 10 things you should never do in Excel Read More Despite sharing a common Chromium codebase, browser makers like Brave, Opera, and Vivaldi don’t have plans on crippling support for ad blocker extensions in their products — as Google is currently planning on doing within Chrome. The three browsers makers have confirmed to ZDNet, or in public comments, of… Read more →

Opera, Brave, Vivaldi to ignore Chrome’s anti-ad-blocker changes, despite shared codebase

TechRepublic 10 things you should never do in Excel Read More Despite sharing a common Chromium codebase, browser makers like Brave, Opera, and Vivaldi don’t have plans on crippling support for ad blocker extensions in their products — as Google is currently planning on doing within Chrome. The three browsers makers have confirmed to ZDNet, or in public comments, of… Read more →