Microsoft warns of Windows 10 vulnerabilities, scammers target TikTok
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Microsoft says to update Windows10 with it's latest patch.
In a blog post Microsoft explains that there are two flaws in all supportive version of Windows10.
That could allow an attacker to execute code remotely.
The company said that at this time it has seen no evidence of any third party taking advantage of these flaws.
A new report by cyber security company [UNKNOWN] says scammers have taken notice of the social network TikTok TikTok.
One scam involves earning money by referring people from TikTok to Snapchat, and eventually to adult dating sites.
Another scam saw TikTok influencers being impersonated.
In a statement, a spokesperson for TikTok said, we flag and remove most spam And accounts before they can reach users fees and we continuously improve our protections.
Some changes are coming to Twitter.
The company is testing a feature that would allow users to follow topics such as sports.
Posts related to the topic would appear in the Twitter you Users home field.
Tweets about the topic could also be viewed as the features plans to be released worldwide by the end of the year.
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