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Fake Unidentified people on behalf of the State Emergency Service are sending out an evacuation plan to Ukrainians due to the alleged “defeat of the Khmelnytskyi nuclear power plant by an enemy attack”

Ukrainians are receiving emails on behalf of the State Emergency Service with the text that one unit of the Khmelnytskyi Nuclear Power Plant was allegedly hit by a Russian airstrike. In addition, these letters add a link to download an electronic evacuation plan for residents.

The State Emergency Service reported that they did not send out such messages. This is the work of cyber scammers, and the link contained in the email is dangerous.

The Service also reminds that one should trust only trusted sources and remember: all relevant information is always posted on their official website and the State Emergency Service pages on social networks.

You can learn more about how to avoid becoming a victim of phishing links by watching the corresponding video from Dovidka.info.

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