Google blocks 18 million Coronavirus scam emails per day on Gmail

Sunday, April 19, 2020

According to Google, 1.5 billion people use their Gmail platform around the world and right now the company is fighting hard to keep scammers and spam emails away, as they block over 100 million impostor emails sent to users globally under 24 hours. Following the Coronavirus pandemic, Google also reported that scammers are sending around 18 million fake emails regarding the virus to Gmail users a day, aiming to trick people into revealing their personal data.

Report by Syamanth Sreejith

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