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Bill Toulas / BleepingComputer:
Symantec details an ongoing campaign by the Witchetty hacking group, potentially tied to a China-backed threat actor, that hides malware in a Windows logo image
Zecharias Zelalem / Context:
The UN Food Programme and the WHO say a nearly two-year internet and phone shutdown in Ethiopia's Tigray region is hampering aid delivery and health monitoring
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Stadia was doomed from the start because Google knows next to nothing about gaming and no one wants to invest in services they don't trust Google to keep around
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