5 Current Malware Emails To Watch Out For
These five malware emails continue to hit inboxes.
- 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
- “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.
- 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.
- ‘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.
- 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.