Surge In Malicious QR Codes Sparks FBI Alert
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Surge in Malicious QR Codes Sparks FBI Alert

QR codes have become a go-to staple for contactless transactions of all sorts during the pandemic, and the FBI is warning cybercriminals are capitalizing on their lax security to steal data and money, and drop malware.

Surge in Malicious QR Codes Sparks FBI Alert

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