BE ALERT Hackers Hide Malware Inside the GIFs you share

A low rate of malware infections makes it difficult to know the location of malware attack tools. The mere use of Minecraft to access your computer is considered the most harmful hacking technique in recent years, but it has been upgraded for a more recent attack that takes advantage of Microsoft Teams and GIFs.

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