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“USPS postage labels invoice” spam / and


This fake USPS message leads to malware on

From:     Elmer Cross [email protected]
Date:     23 March 2012 13:42
Subject:     USPS postage labels invoice.

Acct #: 5047483

Dear client:

This is an email confirmation for your order of 1 online shipping label(s) with postage. Your credit card will be charged the following amount:

Transaction ID: #1412337
Print Date/Time: 03/11/2012 02:30 AM CST
Postage Amount: $35.74
Credit Card Number: XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX

Priority Mail Regional Rate Box B # 0583  1282  5071  3122  8696  (Sequence Number 1 of 1)


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The malicious payload is on hosted on (Endurance International, US). Blocking the IP will prevent other malware on the IP from being a threat.

Update: another current version of this spam redirects to on (Networld Internet, US)

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