Why the coronavirus lockdown makes you more vulnerable to phishing scams

There have been several cases where students have received emails that seemingly came from university officials and claimed to provide updates about the coronavirus lockdown. The emails prompted users to click on links that redirected them to websites that required the entry of university login information.

In one case, discovered by Abnormal Security, the attackers were impersonating a university’s board of trustees to lure users to a website that stole their credentials.

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