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A series of fake emails that falsely claim to be from financial software provider Intuit have been distributed to people all over the world in recent weeks. The emails, which supposedly contain information about a recent Intuit.com order, invite recipients to click a link to download full details about the transaction. Subject lines and details about the supposed order vary in different incarnations of the message. To further the illusion of legitimacy, the fake emails come complete with the Intuit logo and colour scheme.
Links in the messages open compromised websites that harbour various exploits. Those who fall for the ruse and follow the links may inadvertently download and install malware on their computers. When a user clicks a link, he or she will receive a message in their browser window asking them to wait while the page loads. However, rather than loading an Intuit invoice as expected, the page actually loads the malicious payload.
Intuit has published a warning about the emails on its website which states:
Fake Email: Intuit order confirmations
People are receiving an email entitled "Your Intuit.com order confirmation." There are a number of variations to the fake email, including, but not limited to the following subject lines: "Your QuickBooks software order," "Your Intuit.com order," "Your Intuit.com order status," "Your Intuit.com order confirmation," "Your Intuit.com invoice," "Please confirm your Intuit.com invoice."
If you receive one of the fake emails, do not click on any links or open any attachments that it may contain.