Spam

  • Fake voicemail email notifications with malicious attachments and/or links appear to be in vogue with cybercriminals today, as our engineers have begun to receive samples of this type of spam campaign. Upon further analysis, each one leads to ransomware infection - specifically, Locky ransomware.
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  • A fake invoice spoofing Amazon Marketplace is spreading Locky ransomware. The email contains a message thanking the recipient for their purchase and refers to an attached invoice as proof of purchase.
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  • Fake emails spoofing Herbalife are infecting users with malicious code. The email is an acknowledgement of purchase that includes an attached tax invoice.
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  • Another fake online bill has been spotted and the sample we found is posing to be from a British telecommunications company. The spammed message deceives its recipients by making the email look credible and familiar enough through the company's similar template.
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  • A spam campaign has been discovered to be leveraged by ransomware authors to deceive unwitting users. The spammed message is using the popularity of online shopping giant Amazon to send the recipient a bogus order email that contains various URLs.
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  • A spam message that contains ransomware-related URLs has been spotted to make rounds in unsuspecting users' inboxes. The said spam poses to be an email invoice asking the user to click on the URLs to view a PDF copy of his/her personal invoice.
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  • An email with the subject 'Emailed Invoice - [random_number]' using a random name claiming to be from the recipients domain is spreading Locky ransomware. The spam campaign uses a new technique to deliver ransomware through an attached html file.
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  • We have found a number of fake fax emails finding their way to infect users' machines with ransomware. The body of the email contains a link that, if clicked, directs the user to a ransomware-related site.
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  • A number of users may receive a fake utility bill email that contains malware. The email is in Japanese and contains an .
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  • We recently have observed a spam campaign being delivered to users in the form of a purchase invoice that claims to be from the e-commerce company, eBay. Recipients of this fake invoice will see details on the total purchase and a download link to the said invoice for payment.
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