From the evening of the 7th, when the state of emergency was declared, it was confirmed that fake e-mails regarding the benefits of "special benefits" were sent to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, and the Japan Cybercrime Control Center is calling attention.
According to the Japan Cybercrime Control Center, several fake emails from the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications were confirmed on the Internet immediately after the decision to declare an emergency on the 7th.
The subject line is "Congratulations on your eligibility to pay the" important "special fixed benefit", and there is a link in the text such as "Click here to apply".
Clicking on it will lead you to a fake site that resembles the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications special flat-rate benefit site, where you will be asked to enter your name, date of birth, driver's license, credit card information, etc., which could be stolen. There is.
According to the Japan Cybercrime Countermeasures Center, it seems that someone has launched a phishing site for the purpose of stealing personal information, passwords, etc. in accordance with the decision of the state of emergency. I'm calling.