Major Windows flaw discovered by the NSA, Instagram DM on the web?
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The US National Security Agency alerted Microsoft to a serious security flaw in the Windows operating system that could open computers to major breaches or surveillance.
The NSA said the flaw is severe, and that hackers will understand very quickly How to exploit it.
Microsoft issued a patch for the floor on Tuesday, which was first reported by the Washington Post.
Google's Chrome team advancing its web privacy effort, will begin testing the Privacy Sandbox proposals it unveiled last year.
The Chrome tests, which Google announced Tuesday, are part of an effort to make it harder for publishers, advertisers, and data bloggers Harvest your personal data without your permission and to track you online.
And finally, after years of limiting direct messages to its mobile apps, Instagram is finally opening up.
On Tuesday, the Facebook own site announced that it is in the process of testing direct messaging from its website.
Giving those who want to message friends on the platform from a computer a new way to do so.
Not everyone will have access to it.
So look for a paper airplane icon the next time you log into Instagram through a web browser.
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