Cybercriminals Using WHO Alias For Phishing Campaign
In yet another scam perpetrated by cybercriminals, the guise of being the World Health Organization has popped up again. Malwarebytes has uncovered a phishing scam that is similar to a previously discovered malspam campaign reported by the MalwareHunterTeam.
The information has been provided by Threat Intelligence Team and Dave Bales
The original article can be found at:https://exchange.xforce.ibmcloud.com/collection/Cybercriminals-Using-WHO-Alias-For-Phishing-Campaign-8b845ba8a35732542582e8cdaad3d969
The original article can be found at: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/social-engineering/2020/03/cybercriminals-impersonate-world-health-organization-to-distribute-fake-coronavirus-e-book/
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