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Spamvertised "Reqest Rejected" campaign leads to scareware

A currently spamertised campaign is enticing end users into downloading and executing a malicious attachment.
Written by Dancho Danchev, Contributor on

A currently spamertised malware campaign is enticing end users into downloading and executing a malicious attachment.

Sample subject: Reqest rejected Sample message: "Dear Sirs, Thank you for your letter! Unfortunately we can not confirm your request! More information attached in document below. Thank you Best regards." Sample attachments: EX-38463.pdf.zip; EX-38463.pdf.exe

Upon execution the binary downloads additional files, in this case a scareware variant. Detection rate for TrojanDownloader:Win32/Chepvil.J.

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