Reportedly threatening a major phishing attack in India. The latest phishing attack could be part of efforts to steal highly sensitive personal data and financial data from government agencies, the agency said. The Ser-In reports that the phishing attack will take place on the cover of the Covid 19 directive, which begins June 21. SBI also warned its customers about this.
Cyber attacks will be conducted on small and large enterprises and individuals. It is reported that the fishing campaign may be under the umbrella of Covid’s funding to the government. In a statement, CRT-In said the emails were designed to lead to your fake websites by downloading files received through the mail or providing personal and financial information.
fraudsters may request personal information and banking information. It can be used later. It is estimated that this type of fraudulent message could reach up to 20 million email IDs of individuals. There are also indications that these cyber attackers are planning to send emails for Free Covid19 testing to people in Dalgi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Ahmedabad.
Attention! It has come to our notice that a cyber attack is going to take place in major cities of India. Kindly refrain yourself from clicking on emails coming from email@example.com with a subject line Free COVID-19 Testing. pic.twitter.com/RbZolCjLMW
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) June 21, 2020