The COVID-19 pandemic is a colossal humanitarian crisis that has seriously influenced the worldwide economy. COVID-19 has constrained every other person because of which we turn out to be increasingly reliant on the internet as edgy measures in our everyday lives, for example, social distancing and disturbed economic condition. In cyberspace, such reliance gives birth to vulnerability, and malicious attempts to take advantage of this abrupt and spontaneous cultural shift online have multiplied. Law enforcement authorities report that crooks are, in addition to other things, selling counterfeit COVID-19 cures online, acting like intergovernmental or administrative health associations in phishing messages, and embedding malware into online resources following the pandemic. The efforts to combat cyber-attacks have failed badly and this COVID-19-related spike is the proof.