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5 Current Malware Emails To Watch Out For


These five malware emails continue to hit inboxes.

  1. VIDEO – More FedEx “Incorrect Delivery Address” Malware Emails
    Emails purporting to be from delivery company FedEx claim that a package sent to you has been taken to a local office because it could not be delivered due to an incorrect delivery address.

    Published: June 29, 2015

  2. “Request For ASIC Correspondence Reprint” Malware Email
    Email purporting to be from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), claims that you have requested a reprint of an ASIC correspondence and can click a link to retrieve a copy of the document.

  3. Watch For Emails With The Subject “Photo” – Attachments Contain Malware
    Emails with just the subject line “photo” and just a name in the message body include a .zip file that supposedly contains an image.

  4. ‘You Have Received A 5 Page Fax’ Email Contains Malware
    Email claims that you have received a 5 page fax from online fax service eFax and can view the document by opening an attached file.

  5. Bogus Federal Court Of Australia Subpoena Email Points To Malware
    Email purporting to be from the Federal Court of Australia claims that ‘you’ve been subpoenaed’ and should click a link to get further information related to the case.




   

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