There is a significant wave of malicious emails being spammed out presently, posing as notification messages from DHL.
If you make the mistake of opening the attached ZIP file you will be putting your computer at risk of infection by a Trojan horse.
There’s nothing new, of course, about cybercriminals disguising their attacks as notifications from DHL.
This attack, though, is particularly aggressive and – as you can see in the examples below – uses a variety of different DHL-related subject lines, attachment names and message bodies:
Dear Client, Recipient’s address is wrong< Print out the invoice copy attached and collect the package at our department Best wishes , DHL Customer Services
DEAR CLIENT , We were not able to deliver the postal package
Please print out the invoice copy attached and collect the package at our department
Pack it. Ship…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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