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Using Microsoft Teams GIFs really is an awful idea

Microsoft Teams users can currently share GIF files to more accurately describe their emotions to their colleagues, but experts have warned that cybercriminals could also use them to execute malicious commands and steal sensitive data without being detected by antivirus programs (opens in new tab) tools.

Cybersecurity consultant and pen tester Bobby Rauch discovered a number of vulnerabilities in the video conferencing platform that, when linked together, could lead to data exfiltration and malicious code execution.