TALLINN – The Estonian Information System Authority (RIA) has received reports of fraudulent e-mails seemingly offering opportunities to work from home or information regarding the novel coronavirus.
"The confusion surrounding the coronavirus is eagerly exploited by cyber criminals, who are finding new ways to deceive people. Now, we have seen e-mails that provide convenient opportunities to work from home, but clicking on the links in the e-mail can infect your computer with malware," Tonu Tammer, head of the RIA department responsible for the management ...
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