Reader 03/22/2020 (Sun) 20:05:10 Id: ed7b60 No.15754 del
ALERT

Hackers, phishers and scam artists are stealing people's information through fake websites and fake emails

https://archive.is/y8zQU
https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/03/phishing-time-covid-19-how-recognize-malicious-coronavirus-phishing-scams

https://archive.is/E5OQI
https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/coronavirus-scams-phishing-websites-emails-target-unsuspecting-users/

>Amongst growing fears of this global pandemic, Coronavirus scams and malicious websites are on the rise. The latest news from the Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3), a new malicious website is circulating on the internet that targets unsuspecting users.

>Some emails will carry attachments such as PDFs or Word document files that promise to carry that vital information, but actually have embedded malicious code that will infect your computer.

>Malwarebytes Labs reported finding variations of an AzorUlt trojan malware embedded in some of these attachments. The AzorUlt trojan is a flexible type of malware that commonly collects important data like browser history, passwords, and session cookies from the infected computer, then sends that to a command and control server elsewhere online.

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