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Coronavirus, be careful of the malware: the email of the who, which hides a cybertruffa
Italians under attack of cyber criminals who seek to exploit the crisis of coronavirus to steal personal data and money from current accounts. In these hours, we multiply the alarms: they are spreading the messages, with the excuse of providing instructions on how to protect yourself from the risk of a virus, or lead users to install malicious files or to directly provide their bank details to criminals. Theft of personal data, The last warning, it is yesterday, by experts of Sophos, a well-known company in computer security: a campaign to mail in the rain (spam), written in Italian, posing as coming from the world health Organization. It pushes the reader to open the attachment, "which includes all of the necessary precautions against the infection by the coronavirus," it said in the email. The attachment actually contains Trickbot, a malware that can steal documents of the user, the stored passwords on the computer. Trickbot is often accompanied by Ryuk, also, a ransomware that can lock the pc from and ask for a ransom in money to you to unlock it. According to Sophos, these emails have already reached 10 thousand organisations in Italy.
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