SophosLabs is intercepting a spammed-out malware campaign, pretending to be an email about a revealing photo posted online of the recipient.
The emails, which have a variety of subject lines and message bodies, arrive with an attached ZIP file (IMG0893.zip) which contains a Trojan horse.
Subject lines used in the spammed-out malware campaign include:
- RE:Check the attachment you have to react somehow to this picture
- FW:Check the attachment you have to react somehow to this picture
- RE:You HAVE to check this photo in attachment man
- RE:They killed your privacy man your photo is all over facebook! NAKED!
- RE:Why did you put this photo online?
The message bodies contained inside the email can also vary. Here are some examples…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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