Online fraudsters make use of the fear of the people. In a Letter that supposedly comes from WHO Director personally, and trying hackers to lure users into a trap.
In many electronic mailboxes of these days lands on a supposed E-Mail, the world health organization (WHO), which asks the recipient to give to a leading website with important information regarding the situation with the Coronoavirus.
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In the email, which claims to be directly from the chief of the WHO, reference is made to the world-threatening Situation due to the Coronavirus. Therefore, would be required by the receiver of information, in order to get an Overview of the state of the epidemic.
The user should follow a Link! But be careful, the Points brings you to a page that tries to install already when you call up malicious software on your computer.
On their official website, WHO makes it clear that you