A new type of email phishing scam has been discovered which warns people that they’ve come into contact with a friend/colleague/family member who has been infected with the coronavirus, according to one global security firm.
There has been a significant spike in reports about a new scam in Australia involving suspicious emails or SMS claiming to be from online gambling websites offering credit or in-game bonuses.
More than 12.7 million high risk email threats were blocked in 2019 by one global security firm, with 11 million of the emails phishing-related, making up 89% of all blocked emails.
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