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Beware – this fake KeePass download site is just spreading malware

Hackers are using malicious Google Ads campaigns to distribute malware by impersonating the KeePass password manager, according to cybersecurity researchers Malwarebytes. After creating a decoy website, hackers use an active Google Ads account to create an advert linking to the malicious site. They use Punycode, an encoding standard, to conceal the actual URL. Though Google has removed the malicious campaign, it is warned similar ones are still live.

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