Chinese hackers use compromised USA university computers to attack us

Let’s say you have your email locked down so that it does an excellent job of identifying spam; people and businesses have their own folders or labels. Let’s also say you have a rapid-fire delete finger for any email that doesn’t fit nicely into the categories above. If an email goes into its corresponding folder and appears to come from a “trusted source”– be it a family member, business associate,…
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