[HackerNews] Dark Web Getting Loaded With Bogus Covid-19 Vaccines and Forged Cards

Bogus COVID-19 test results, fraudulent vaccination cards, and questionable vaccines are emerging a hot commodity on the dark web in what’s the latest in a long list of cybercrimes capitalizing on the coronavirus pandemic.
“A new and troubling phenomenon is that consumers are buying COVID-19 vaccines on the black market due to the increased demand around the world,” said Anne An, a senior

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