Spam

  •  Because of the holiday season, people become more active in online shopping. Cybercriminals also see this as an opportunity to ride the hype and take advantage of this situation.
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  • Even with the holiday season fast approaching, cybercriminals are always hard at work at trying to yank your hard-earned money from right under your nose. We recently received samples of what appears to be a malicious spam campaign involving fraudulent bank transfer notifications with banking trojans attached.
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  • A spam message purporting to be a requested letter is making its rounds, carrying an attachment that is a JavaScript malware. When users open this attachment, their computers are infected with JS_NEMUCOD.
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  • In our reseach, we stumbled upon a huge volume of spam posing as a weight loss advert. The click here in the spam message's body leads to a malicious website http://{BLOCKED}-25.
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  • An email that poses as a notification of a possible account compromise carries an attachment that is detected as DRIDEX malware. To convince users to open the attachment, it instructs recipients to that the attachment contains further details of unusual account behavior.
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  • JavaScript downloaders, like JS_NEMUCOD variants, are making noise with its widespread distribution of malware such as ransomware and DRIDEX. These downloaders are usually found in spam as attachments.
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  • It's tax season once more and like the inevitable turning of the tide, there are several spam campaigns using this particular social engineering hook. In this spam campaign, the sender is posing as an agent of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and scaring recipients into opening their malicious attachments.
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  • A JavaScript malware is seen in a spam outbreak involving a spammed message pretending to be an invoice notification email with suspicious ZIP attachments. As per the usual route of spam, the body of the message tries to convince the reader to open the attachment by alerting them to alleged unpaid invoices to their account and asking the recipient the reason of non-payment.
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  • We are currently seeing huge volumes of malicious JavaScript attachments being spammed at users through email. This particular spam campaign uses the typical social engineering lures like invoice notifications, payment slips, payment confirmations, tax related notifications, billing statements, purchase orders and the like.
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