HC3: Fake Online Coronavirus Map Delivers Well-known Malware March 10, 2020

Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3)
HC3@HHS.GOV
Date: March 10, 2020

A malicious website pretending to be the live map for Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins University is circulating on the internet waiting for unwitting internet users to visit the website. Visiting the website infects the user with the AZORult trojan, an information stealing program which can exfiltrate a variety of sensitive data. It is likely being spread via infected email attachments, malicious online advertisements, and social engineering. Furthermore, anyone searching the internet for a Coronavirus map could unwittingly navigate to this malicious website.

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