KeyPass ransomware was first discovered on August 8th and has been infecting computer since.  KeyPass will encrypt your entire file system and you will get a note that looks like this: 


One other thing to note about KeyPass is that the hackers have adapted it so they can log into your computer without your knowledge.

How do you protect yourself from ransomware?

Make sure all of your information is backed up on a regular basis.  That way you can always start with only a minimal loss.

A quick note: KeyPass should not to be confused with KeePass which is a legitimate password manager.

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