The built in screenshot tool in Windows has been given a major upgrade in the last few years. Initially the Snipping Tool was part of the PowerToys collection, before getting a major boost and becoming the default screenshot interface in Windows 10 and 11 . But it seems like the current version of the tool might be sharing a lot more than intended, albeit in highly specific scenarios. A few days ago security researchers found that screenshots taken and cropped on Google Pixel phones could be...

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