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Spamvertised bank statements serving scareware

Security researchers from BitDefender are reporting on a currently spreading malware campaign using bogus bank statements as a social engineering element of the campaign.
Written by Dancho Danchev, Contributor on

Security researchers from BitDefender are reporting on a currently spreading malware campaign using bogus bank statements as a social engineering element of the campaign.

The spamvertised executables Financial_Statement.exe; Postal_document.exe drop additional files when executed, namely the rogue antivirus software also known as scareware.

Users are advised to be extra caution when dealing with executable email attachments, and and report them as spam as soon as possible.

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