The fbi has issued a warning about hiding files in folders by using a file-manager app.
The warning is meant to remind people that hiding files from the Finder is a security risk.
Users can still hide files from their home folder, but they must remove the folder from the device.
Hiding files in the folder is not possible when using a Windows-based file manager like Microsoft Windows Explorer.
This is because the folder can be hidden when you create or delete files from a folder using Explorer.
If you have installed an application that hides files, like Windows Defender, you must uninstall it from the computer.
The only way to remove the file-manger is to uninstall the application from the machine and re-install it.
This is not the first warning the fbi issued about the dangers of hiding files.
In May, the FBI issued a similar warning, saying that the “files you are hiding can be tracked, and the information you share about them can be sold.”
The FBI added that the data can be used to sell and steal information about people and businesses.
The new warning warns users to be wary of hiding any files in files folders.
If you are looking to hide an unwanted file or folder, use an application to remove it from your computer.
You can also try removing the file from the folders of any files that are not being used.