Do you remember the spammed-out malware attack which appeared to be targeting French speakers last week with its offer of très sexy photos from a Gallic admirer?
Well, now it seems that German internet users are in the targets of cybercriminals.
A malware campaign has been sent out, seemingly just to email addresses ending in “.de”, claiming that photos of the recipient can be found in the attached file.
Those with a curious disposition might find it hard to resist clicking on the attachment to find out more.
Here are just a small selection of the examples we have intercepted in our spam traps:
Subject: Fwd: Deine Fotos
deine Fotos findest du im Anhang (Internet Explorer format)
You’ll notice that the emails have forged “from:” addresses. Presumably the…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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