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A homograph attack is a type of phishing attack that uses homoglyphs (characters that look similar to other characters) to create domain names or URLs that appear to be legitimate, but are actually controlled by an attacker. Homograph attacks take advantage of the fact that many languages have characters that are visually similar to characters used in other languages.
ASPack is an EXE packer created to compress Win32 executable files and to protect them against reverse engineering.
The solution makes Windows programs and libraries smaller up to 70% what leads to a reduction in the download time of compressed applications in local networks and the Internet because of their smaller size compared to uncompressed apps.
The ASPack exe compressor …