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Beware, the Microsoft Edge update might contain a ransomware

Although security professionals frequently emphasize the necessity of keeping software up to date, fraudsters have begun sending fraudulent browser upgrades to Microsoft Edge users. For years, fraudsters have relied on fake software updates to trick people into downloading malware. This is because they may simply fool naïve people with a convincingly tailored message that contains the…




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