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Here’s a “flight ticket” spam leading to malware: Date:      Tue, 20 Mar 2012 11:56:41 +0900 From:      “DEDE Rainey” Subject:      Re: Fwd: Your Flight N 76-124339 Attachments:     FLIGHT_TICKET_N-A7401085.htm Dear Customer, FLIGHT NUMBER 162-717 DATE/TIME : MARCH 28, 2011, 14:13 PM ARRIVING AIRPORT: NEW-YORK AIRPORT PRICE : 906.20 USD Your bought ticket is […]

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This spam comes with a malicious attachment pointing to a page on Date:      Tue, 27 Feb 2012 03:53:09 +0530 From:      [email protected] Subject:      Fwd: Your Flight N US787-8929269 Attachments:     FLIGHT_TICKET_N3988-753843.htm Dear Customer, FLIGHT NUMBER 8333-452628141 DATE/TIME : MARCH 23, 2011, 16:15 PM ARRIVING AIRPORT: WASHINGTON DC INT. AIRPORT PRICE : 856.77 […]

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Over the past few days the Cutwail botnet has been sending out malicious spam campaigns with a variety of themes such as airline ticket orders, Automated Clearing House (ACH), Facebook notification, and scanned document. These campaigns do not have malware attachments, instead the payload is delivered via links to malicious code hosted on the web. […]

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