However, the verified WHO site provides a list of requests it will never ask you to do. Among them: asking you to log in to view safety information, visit a link at a different domain, or donate to emergency response plans.
Supposed CDC Emails Purport Viewing Where The Coronavirus Is Near Them
Another scam, discovered by AppRiver, involves criminals who pose as the CDC.
“The email, which is made to appear from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,” asks recipients to view the link to see cases of coronavirus near their city. “However, the links in the message lead to a phony OWA login page designed to harvest email credentials.”
What Can You Do To Prevent Phishing In Light Of The Coronavirus Outbreak?