Hong Kong police arrested 31 people for cheating 400 victims out of more than HK$3 million in the latest operation against face mask scams, April 20, 2020. Photo: SCMP / Dickson LeeHong Kong police arrested 31 people for cheating 400 victims out of more than HK$3 million in the latest operation against face mask scams, April 20, 2020. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
Hong Kong police arrested 31 people for cheating 400 victims out of more than HK$3 million in the latest operation against face mask scams, April 20, 2020. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee

Covid-19 scams have become more targeted, sophisticated as pandemic rages on, report says

  • The study singled out more than 125,000 malicious sites globally out of more than 600,000 domains that have been tracked and analysed
  • Coronavirus phishing scams have become more targeted and potent
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong police arrested 31 people for cheating 400 victims out of more than HK$3 million in the latest operation against face mask scams, April 20, 2020. Photo: SCMP / Dickson LeeHong Kong police arrested 31 people for cheating 400 victims out of more than HK$3 million in the latest operation against face mask scams, April 20, 2020. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
Hong Kong police arrested 31 people for cheating 400 victims out of more than HK$3 million in the latest operation against face mask scams, April 20, 2020. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
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