Malware Emails

These emails are designed to trick you ! Many contain no content at all or just enough details to make you curious and open the email and the attached file.

The email addresses,subjects and even the companies don't exist or are spoofed.

It also contains an antivirus report to make you think it has been scanned.

The example email below contains a word document and is an attempt  to trick you into installing malicious software.

If you do open the attachments, you will be prompted to enable macros supposedly so that the contents can be properly displayed.

Malicious macros can connect to a compromised websites and download and install malware.

Example:

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