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Microsoft Security Blog:
Microsoft identifies a destructive malware operation targeting multiple Ukrainian orgs; the malware looks like ransomware but lacks a ransom recovery mechanism
José Adorno / 9to5Mac:
Gurman: Apple's headset will likely cost $2,000+ and have two CPUs, one on par with the M1 Pro, two 8K displays, and an interchangeable prescription lens option
A flaw in Safari 15's IndexedDB API can leak browser activity and user identifiers, like Google ID, to other sites; Apple was alerted of the flaw on November 28
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