Cybercriminals are using a combination of social engineering tactics to trick users into opening malware-spreading emails. Avira experts have come across emails that appear to come from Craigslist, but sent via eFax Corporate.
The messages, which have nothing to do with either Craigslist or eFax, inform recipients that they’ve received a 24-page fax.
However, researchers have discovered that the attachment is not a fax, but an HTML file which contains a maliciou… (read more)
via Softpedia News – Security Blog http://news.softpedia.com/news/Bogus-eFax-Corporate-Emails-from-Craigslist-Carry-Malware-324157.shtml
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