As we all know that Elite Hackers targeted and try to break in the World Health Organization in March month. The breach was discovered by Alexander urbelis ,  The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently issued warnings of an uptick in fraudulent crimes tied to the Coronavirus, particularly by scammers posing as official health agencies.

Reuters learned of this discovery and discussed it with the WHO’s Chief Information Security Officer, Flavio  Aggio: Routers said about the incident, the WHO’s Aggio confirmed that the site spotted by Urbelis had been used in an attempts to steal passwords from multiple agency staffers. While Urbelis said he didn’t know exactly who was responsible, other sources said they suspected hacking group Dark Hotel, a group that has been around since 2007.

Hackers keep on targeting on WHO and other cybersecurity incidents. And criminals are disguising themselves as WHO to steal money or to take sensitive information, even in a lot of government officials in the United States, Britain and many more issued cybersecurity warnings about these dangerous cyberattacks during the period of CORONAVIRUS pandemic.

This Hackers wont stop. they have again targeted on WHO and that too Top Officials as they work on the global response to the corona virus pandemic.

Around 25,000 accounts from the National Institute of Health (NIH), the World Health Organization ( WHO) were hacked. The WHO ‘s security team has seen an increasing number of attempts. Mariano said in his interview that attacks has keep going by suspected nation-state hackers.

The Washington Post reported that unknown activists posted 25,000 email addresses and passwords online. This was found out by the SITE Intelligence Group, which looks after online extremism and terrorist organizations. Hackers are looking for the highest targets and they have been phishing or spear-phishing attempts and making WHO staff into clicking on a malicious link in an email. They are sending this kind of mails to both personal and official accounts. By clicking this link the malware will be downloaded to their computers or mobile phone,

On Monday the internet user’s forum 4chan began circulating more than 2000 passwords by stating that these passwords related to WHO email accounts. As we all know any news once spotted on the internet will be spread soon in social media like Twitter and others. The team has shut down some WHO systems that were identified as vulnerable to attack and have bolstered the security of internal email.