malicious email

Last night, a warning was released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) about a malicious email being circulated throughout Pakistan that could harm one’s computer.

A cyber alert has been issued by the media wing of the military, informing the public of an email, under the name of ISPR, being sent from

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DG Major General of the Inter-Services Public Relations, Asif Ghafoor, took to Twitter to warn the public of the fake email. 

He also advised the public to not click on any link that asks for personal information to be entered into a form.

ISPR has further clarified that the email is a form of phishing that has no link at all to the media wing of the Pakistan Armed Forces. If opened, it could lead to loss of data along with harming your computer.

Consequently, it has advised that to not open any such email if received, instead report it as spam and delete it from your mailbox.

A press release, rolled out regarding the crisis, stated:

If opened inadvertently please don’t click on any link asking for information to be entered into a form or to unsubscribe. Clicking any link can compromise security of your PC /cell phone / iPad etc.

“ISPR Official domain name is There is no other domain.”

ISOR  has suggested sharing this information with people who are not aware of this fake email.

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