The first campaign is attempting to trick users into thinking that they have received a uniform traffic ticket, and are charged with speeding at 7:25 AM on the 5th July 2011. The malicious attachment Ticket-O64-211.zip is currently detected as Mal/ChepVil-A.
The second campaign is relying on inter-company invoices impersonating Beazer Homes, KPMG, Miltek, Kraft Foods, and Safeco. The spamvertised Inv._08.8_D7.zip, Corpinvoice_08.10_N47.zip, and Invoice_08.4_D6.zip are currently detected as Troj/Agent-TBO.
Users are advised not to interact with suspicious emails, or spam emails in general.
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- Spamvertised United Parcel Service emails lead to scareware
- Federal Reserve themed emails lead to ZeuS crimeware
- 'McDonald's Free Dinner Day' emails lead to scareware
- Spamvertised bank statements serving scareware
- Spamvertised Post Office Express Mail (USPS) emails lead to malware
- Spamvertised “Reqest Rejected” campaign leads to scareware
- Spamvertised ‘Facebook. Your password has been changed!’ emails lead to malware