Cropping Bug Exposes Unedited Photos in Windows 11 and Google Pixels
There’s been a recent spate of reports about a cropping bug that affects Windows 11 and Google Pixels. The bug, which is being referred to as the “Acropalypse” by some, exposes unedited photos in Windows 11 and Google Pixels when screenshots are taken.
Interestingly, this is not the first time that this particular bug has reared its ugly head. In fact, it was first discovered way back in 2019 when Microsoft released Windows 10. At the time, the bug was quickly patched by Microsoft. However, it appears that the bug has resurfaced in Windows 11 and is affecting Google Pixels as well.
While this particular bug may not be as severe as some of the other recent Google Pixel vulnerabilities that have come to light, it’s still a serious issue. After all, it could potentially allow someone to access your private information without your knowledge or consent.
Fortunately, there is a way to protect yourself from this particular bug. Simply edit your screenshots before sharing them with anyone. This will ensure that your private information remains private.
Of course, it’s worth noting that this isn’t the only potential privacy issue that you need to be aware of when using Windows 11 and Google Pixels. As always, it’s important to exercise caution when sharing your personal information online.