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These attacks aimed to compromise computers and mobile devices to gain access to users' confidential data, banking details, and cryptocurrency accounts.
The Economic Times
The key threats seen during this period ranged from phishing attacks to rogue apps disguised as COVID-19 information apps that targeted users sensitive data.
The number of coronavirus-related cyberattacks involving phishing emails and fake Android apps during the lockdown period jumped by 260% in India
The COVID-19-induced lockdown saw a spurt in cybercrimes in India with Kerala recording the highest number during the period according to K7 Computing.
The sudden surge in attacks witnessed from February 2020 to mid-April 2020 indicates that scamsters were exploiting the widespread panic around coronavirus at both the individual and corporate level.
Analytics India Mag
K7 Computing’s Cyber Threat Report .... a comprehensive analysis of cyberattacks during the lockdown.
The awards testify the company’s products efficieny and effectiveness, affirming that robust cyber security need not impact system performance
With a significant increase in cyberattacks since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, K7 Computing has launched its Unconditional Care initiative by making its cybersecurity products completely free until the crisis ends.
K7 Threat Labs observed a 260% increase in COVID-19 related cyberthreats from the last week of March to the first week of April.
The News Minute
Cybersecurity firm K7 Computing, based in India, has responded to the current crisis by committing to protect the public by giving its cybersecurity products for free.