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Fake Picture Files Attached to T-Mobile and Instagram Scam Emails Contain Malware

05
Dec
2013

Researchers from Kaspersky warn that cybercriminals have launched several campaigns in which they attempt to trick users into thinking that theyve received an image file. In reality, the fake image files are used to disguise a piece of malware.

One spam run spotted by experts leverages fake T-Mobile emails that purport to carry MMS messages. The archive files attached to the notifications contain a file named something like 23-10-2013 13_64_09.jpeg.exe. …

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