Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.The FBI is warning of email phishing attempts against U.S. medical providers related to COVID-19 as part of a scheme to dupe the companies.Earlier this week, the government agency sent out a flash bulletin that the criminals “leveraged” email subject lines and content with an intent to distribute malicious attachments.On March 18, “network perimeter cyber security tools” at U.S.-based medical providers identified email phishing attempts from domestic and international IP addresses, the FBI said. There were a number of different malicious attachments, including several types of Microsoft files, Java and ZIP files, the FBI added.SCAMMERS ARE BUILDING WEBSITES TO CASH IN ON CORONAVIRUSThe FBI said it is providing “indicators of compromise” in order to assist “network defenders” in protecting their IT environments, listing the indicators in their alert.Some of the phishing email subject lines listed with the indicators include “PURCHASE ORDER PVT” and “Returned mail: see transcript for details,” and “Business Contingency alert – COVID 19,” the FBI said.Hackers see health care providers as high-value targets, say experts.“Attackers have consistently had success targeting health care providers in recent years,” Chris Rothe, co-founder and chief product officer at Red Canary, told Fox News.“They have highly


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