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Microsoft invites you to report malicious and phishing websites as it crowdsources security

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Microsoft is opening itself up to submissions from the public, making it possible for people to provide information about malicious websites. A new page on the Windows Defender Security Intelligence (WDSI) website gives anyone the opportunity to pass on details of phishing sites and other malicious pages directly to Microsoft. The WDSI portal is described by Microsoft as being in preview, so it’s possible that what you see now may change over time. The setting up of the site is Microsoft’s acknowledgement of the limitations of machine learning and artificial intelligence — sometimes input from human beings is useful. If… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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