The URL of the page has nothing to do with Google, and that's something that will tip off the majority of the potential victims to the fact that downloading the offered malware is a bad idea.
Still, those who don't notice it will get another chance to stop the download, as Chrome detects the file as malicious and warns users about it. That is, hopefully, a warning they heed.
"The file itself has been around for a while, being seen on around 14 or so websites since around October and is listed at Malwr.com which mentions attempts to access Firefoxís Password Manager local database Ė meanwhile, itís listed on the comments section of VirusTotal as being capable of stealing banking credentials," warns GFI's Chris Boyd.
Users are advised to get their updated by following the instructions offered by Google.
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