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Last reply by 03-21-2023 Unsolved
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BItwarden password manager phishing attack

Hackers somehow managed to get a phishing website to top of a Google ads campaign when somebody searches for the Bitwarden password manager.

The link goes to, which spoofs the real Bitwarden home page, which is, and their real log-in page which is

The spoofed site apparently looks totally authentic and accepts the user's Bitwarden log-in credentials and then redirects the user to the real Bitwarden log-in page. Too late! They've already stolen the user name and master password...

Read more at BleepingComputer which shows an image of the fake ad...


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Your data is fully encrypted and/or hashed before ever leaving your local device, so no one from the Bitwarden team can ever see, read, or reverse engineer to get to your real data. Bitwarden servers only store encrypted and hashed data.

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