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QR Codes are being used by cybercriminals in a variety of ways

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With cyberattacks expected to skyrocket throughout 2022, perhaps we should all think more carefully when scanning the next QR code we come across. Companies were told to accept failure and quit their fascination with quick-response (QR) codes despite reducing the need to type a URL on your phone or tablet and exploring new and creative ways of connection. However, as the limited…

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