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Huge rise in hacking attacks on home workers during lockdown

analyse - 26 mai 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (The Guardian)

Cybercriminals are exploiting fears and chaos caused by coronavirus, says security firm
Hackers have launched a wave of cyber-attacks trying to exploit British people working from home, as the coronavirus lockdown forces people to use often unfamiliar computer systems.
The proportion of attacks targeting home workers increased from 12% of malicious email traffic before the UK’s lockdown began in March to more than 60% six weeks later, according to to data from cybersecurity company (...)



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