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The power of . sex and malware


In the past few days I’ve noticed a strong wave of spam pushing Trojans using the classic sex card.

While these emails will most likely target young adult males, everyone should still avoid them.

Nothing terribly new here, we have the bait (a piece of malware) nicely wrapped up with all the good words that go along with it.

The attached photos are a disguised executable:

Upon running it, the file will install itself deep inside your PC and start asking for remote commands such as spamming other people. Also, your PC may become slow and start redirecting your internet searches.

Jerome Segura

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