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Always independently verify that any requested information originates from a legitimate source. The FBI is tracking so-called phishing campaigns that seek to use people's interest in the coronavirus to get them to click on links that encourage them to reveal sensitive information, a top FBI official said.

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The U. The FBI, the Secret Service and security firms urge people to: Avoid opening attachments and clicking on links within s from senders you don't recognize.

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The WHO also issued its own guidance making it clear that it would never "ask you to to view safety information. In fact, the user was downloading Trickbot malware.

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Sophos Ltd. Secret Service said in a statement warning the public: "Coronavirus is a prime opportunity for enterprising criminals because it plays on one of the basic human conditions … fear.

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Authorities in the U. The coronavirus phishing scam, which has been around since early February, has targeted users around the world.

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