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Fake vaccines online: beware of scams

Fake vaccines online: beware of scams

The NAS Carabinieri blocked two sites advertising and offering fake vaccines for COVID-19 and flu. In the latter case, subject to the obligation of medical prescription and sold only in pharmacies by a qualified pharmacist. On the first site, the Authorities noted the sale of 3 alleged vaccines for COVID-19 potentially purchasable from Italy. The analysis of the second website allowed the Carabinieri to highlight the presence of 2 flu vaccines. The World Health Organization has indeed issued a “Medical product alert” relating to possible counterfeit matches of these vaccines. The context of the operation Is it just an isolated fact? Unfortunately not. The operation of the Italian military is […]

COVID-19 vaccine: beware of phishing

COVID-19 vaccine: beware of phishing

Have you received a strange e-mail about COVID-19, offering you various solutions to buy an under-the-counter vaccine currently in distribution? Think twice before clicking on any link. In addition to trying to sell fake Covid-19 drugs and vaccines, hackers are using the latest news as bait for their phishing campaigns. Threat intelligence analysts have warned that cybercriminals are taking advantage of developments on the COVID vaccine distribution campaign to give rise to insidious malspam campaigns. The threats What threats are we talking about? These phishing campaigns contain a myriad of malicious files. We have singled out: .EXE with the name “Download_Covid 19 New approved vaccines.23.07.2020.exe” which, once clicked, will install […]

Cyber threats linked to COVID

Cyber threats linked to COVID

Has the Coronavirus had negative effects on the state of global cybersecurity? Unfortunately, yes. In the past few hours, there has been a series of cyber-attacks against the Italian pharmaceutical company IRBM, which produces the vaccine researched at the University of Oxford. In total, there were at least seven attacks, defined as “very violent” by the CEO Pietro di Lorenzo. The timing suggests a ‘political’ motive to undermine the position of a vaccine that is cheap and easy to transport: the attacks took place hours after the statement that made public the vaccine’s selling price. A worrying trend But it was not an isolated case. In recent days, we have […]

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