Open source Notepad++ calls for aid

Wants help to take down a copycat website

Tom Allen
clock • 1 min read
The competitor page copies Notepad++'s official branding
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The competitor page copies Notepad++'s official branding

An open source text and source code editor has asked for help taking down a competitor "riddled with malicious advertisements."

Notepad++, a free and open source text editor, has appealed to the internet for help in taking down a copycat website that could pose a security risk. The project's official website is 'notepad-...

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