Our November issue of SIMformation looks at the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, and whether the government’s effort to bring chip manufacturing back to the US will be a boon to the industry.  We also have an in-depth look at Windows 11 Search and how to conduct advanced searches to let you find documents or other files more quickly.  We also include a “clip and save” section of terms and syntax to help you facilitate your search.  The White House convened a summit wherein nations discussed ransomware and what can be done to stem this cybercrime.  In a similar vein, Russian hackers are suspected in a “denial of service” attack against US airport websites.  And, a California lawsuit is pending against Google alleging that Chrome’s “Incognito Mode” did not protect user’s privacy after all.  Plus, we look at a zero-day threat against Apple iPhones and iPads, how TikTok is mining data and ransomware scammers were tricked into releasing decryption codes without getting paid.

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