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Porn Infiltrates Microsoft Anti-Scam Help Site

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Microsoft disabled the search function on its Safety and Security Center this past weekend after scammers hijacked it to redirect queries to porn sites.

The problem began last Friday (July 8), when researchers at the security vendor GFI discovered that Microsoft's Safety and Security Center was yielding a host of porn websites after users entered certain keywords into the search bar.

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