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“Cum Avenue” IRS Spam /


This fake IRS spam (from an office on “Cum Avenue”!) actually leads to malware on

Date:      Fri, 15 Feb 2013 09:47:25 -0500
From:      Internal Revenue Service [[email protected]]
Subject:      pecuniary penalty for delay of tax return filling

Herewith we are informing you that you are required to pay a surcharge for not filling the income tax return prior to January 31.

Please note that IRS Section 7117-F-8 specifies a money penalty of $2.000 for each Form 479 that is filled later than deadline for filling the income tax return or does not contain the exhaustive information described in 7117-F-8.

You will be released from the pecuniary penalty when the taxpayer shows that the failure to file was caused by substantial reason.

Please visit official website for more information

Internal Revenue Services United States, Department of Treasury
Ap #822-9450 Cum Avenue
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 11:30AM – 16:30PM your local time.

The malicious payload is at [donotclick] (report here) hosted on: (VPSNET, Lithunia) (Hanaro Telecom, Korea)

The following domains are currently visible on those IPs are should be regarded as malicious:

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