Coronavirus Themed E-mail Phishing

Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3)
HC3@HHS.GOV
Date: February 3, 2020
 

Recently, malicious cyber threat actors have been leveraging the current news cycle to launch Coronavirus themed cyberattacks at their targets. Prominent news reporting and the resulting elevated concern for the Coronavirus issue is being used as context for a malicious email phishing campaign. The phishing emails contain links to malware that is frequently used to target healthcare organizations and their IT systems.

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