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We wrote before about the smart methods of fooling users to do things (execute files) which they would not normally do. Two weeks ago we’ve seen a mass mailing in the German language containing malicious payload pretending to be invoices from Apple and Cybercriminals are sending again personalized emails in the German language pretending […]

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This fake LinkedIn email leads to malware on     LinkedIn Invitations [[email protected]]Date:     2 May 2013 16:49Subject:     LinkedIn inviation notificaltion.     LinkedInThis is a note that on May 2, Lewis Padilla sent you an invitation to join their professional network at LinkedIn.Accept Lewis Padilla Invitation    On May 2, Lewis Padilla wrote:> To: [redacted]>> I’d like to […]

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In the same day with the spam campaign that was making use of the tragedy in Boston to spread malware, we have started to see the second wave of spam going on. This campaign is making use of the explosion in the fertilizer plant in Waco, Texas, US. The emails are using the same template […]

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