Safe Links Feature added to Microsoft Teams, will help detect malicious URLs

Safe Links Feature Microsoft teams
Safe Links Feature | Microsoft teams | Detect malicious URLs

Safe Links Feature added to Microsoft Teams – Keeping in mind the increasing cases of cyber attacks during the Corona period, the giant tech company Microsoft has added a special feature on its video conferencing platform Microsoft Teams, named “Safe Links“. Through this feature, the phishing URL will be easily recognized. Along with this, the video conferencing platform will be completely safe. Let us know that this feature will be available in Windows 11.

Safe Links Feature

According to Microsoft, the ‘Safe Links feature‘ scans URLs that users receive during a chat. With this, the data of the users remain completely safe. At the same time, this feature is available for all users.

The company says that hackers have become very smart and they send such malicious links to the users, after clicking on which the hackers get full access to the user’s data. In such a situation, it is difficult to recognize these links. That’s why the Save Links feature has been added to Microsoft Teams.

How beneficial is the Safe Links feature

The Safe Link feature covers private chat, group chat, and channels in Microsoft Teams. The company says that during testing, this feature identified about 2 million malicious links every month. After the introduction of this feature, now the personal data of the users will be completely safe and hackers will not be able to access them.

These services will be removed from Windows 11

Let us tell you that Microsoft has recently released a list of services that will be removed from the latest Windows 11. After the new update, users will not be able to use those services. Let’s know about the closing services:-

Cortana will no longer be a part of the boot experience. It also won’t be able to be pinned to the taskbar.

Live Tiles will no longer be available in the Start menu. However, Microsoft was trying to bring these new updates but they will no longer work in Windows 11. Apart from this, users will not be able to change the size of whatever you have pinned to the start menu.

There will be no tablet mode in the new update. Windows 10’s lightweight S Mode will only be available in Windows 11 Home.

Deepak Thakur

On best days a Blogger and a passionate Software Engineer, with skills on various aspects whether be it Web Development, Internet of Things, Search Engine Optimization and also an Ethical Hacker. Has a good grip on the Latest tech with Networking and Cloud Security. Adores the profession and always into it.

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