Again and again? Phishing attempts taking over the aspect of Health Insurance are back again. These famous messages claim that you have a few days to receive a refund, the so-called amount is specified.
For years, such a scam aimed at recovering personal data via a booby-trapped site, or even a bank card number, has come up again and again. Complaints filed on several occasions do not seem to have a dissuasive effect.
For the umpteenth time, the Health Insurance brings out today its advice to identify a suspicious email:
At the beginning of the week, it was the government platform Cybermalveillance which had raised the alarm by evoking an increase in this type of phishing:
For potential victims, it is recommended to file a complaint without delay and to report suspicious messages such as for example through Signal Spam or Phishing Initiative.
With the start of the Football World Cup, Cybermalveillance.gouv.fr also calls for vigilance:
Beyond phishing, a major event like the Football World Cup is traditionally conducive to a whole bunch of scam attempts.