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goo.gl/FP84h link leads to malware

15
Mar
2012

Another malware campaign using the goo.gl redirector leading to a malicious payload, this time on 66.151.138.87.

From:     OP 25939760 Y [email protected]
To:     [email protected]
Date:     15 March 2012 08:35
Subject:     LinkedIn Corporation account on Hold Ref78087257
Signed by:     yahoo.com

Case?99-4582982-70209467-8-373
< !–PZ 62188868 V

http://goo.gl/FP84h

XR 28309138 C

The goo.gl redirector goes to shfd19za.roversmolina.ru (multihomed, see below) and then ends up on a malicious page at 66.151.138.87/showthread.php?t=72d268be707a5fb7 (Nuclear Fallout Enterprises, US again).

The intermediate site is multihomed on what looks like a botnet:

1.170.145.188 (HINET, Tawian)
37.99.3.131 (2day Telecom, Kazakhstan)
46.158.89.63 (Rostelecom, Russia)
46.166.89.234 (Sibtranstelecom, Russia)
59.161.112.144 (Tata Communications, India)
61.90.53.87 (True Internet, Thailand)
94.41.81.55 (Ufanet, Russia)
95.28.225.180 (Vimpelcom, Russia)
95.57.1.107 (Kazakhtelecom, Kazakhstan)
95.58.88.151 (Kazakhtelecom, Kazakhstan)
95.58.106.240 (Kazakhtelecom, Kazakhstan)
95.176.193.129 (Telekom Slovenije, Slovenia)
109.194.43.62 (ER-Telecom Holding, Russia)
112.110.219.218 (Pune Mobile Subscriber, India)
114.43.145.75 (HINET, Taiwan)
117.195.168.49 (BSNL Internet, India)
122.179.171.126 (Airtel, India)
123.17.240.127 (VNPT, Vietnam)
123.18.190.230 (VNPT, Vietnam)
178.46.12.159 (Rostelecom, Russia)

Plain list for copy-and-pasting:
1.170.145.188
37.99.3.131
46.158.89.63
46.166.89.234
59.161.112.144
61.90.53.87
94.41.81.55
95.28.225.180
95.57.1.107
95.58.88.151
95.58.106.240
95.176.193.129
109.194.43.62
112.110.219.218
114.43.145.75
117.195.168.49
122.179.171.126
123.17.240.127
123.18.190.230
178.46.12.159
66.151.138.87

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