The panic generated by the Covid-19 at the global level has been exploited by cybercriminals who have dedicated themselves to create an endless number of sites potentially malicious on the Internet
The panic generated by the Covid-19 at the global level has been taken advantage of by crooks who have dedicated themselves to create a number of sites are potentially malicious in the Internet, said the State Attorney General’s office.
He noted that the alarm generalized social makes that will locate information with anxiety and sometimes fall into the temptation of making a “click” that can further complicate the quarantine.
Therefore, staff of the Direction of Analysis of Digital Evidence and Computer Forensics for the State Attorney General’s office warned the population about how the admission to any league using messages that are coming to our electronic devices could end up in: identity theft, phishing, ransomware, a malware, to name the most common attacks.
The goal of these attacks, he argued, is to obtain the personal data of the cibernauta, banking and to confidential information that you have under guard in their teams.
According to the specialists of EGFR, in the Internet connection from home to perform tele-work, this environment allows for a greater vulnerability so that it is easier to lower the level of care and precautions, so it is a good time to reconsider the passwords that you use, and the hiring of a service of Virtual Private Network (VPN, for its acronym in English).
Other of the recommendations issued by the unit are: avoid opening emails with suspicious domains, with the word coronavirus; constantly change passwords and to avoid opening suspicious links within the body of the email which will redirect to another site.
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