Warning: Pixmania gift voucher email contains trojan in ZIP
Very seldom (last time was years ago) I receive emails with malicious content, however yesterday I received the Pixmania gift voucher email too so following article written by MX Lab draw my attention:
quote:MX Lab started to intercept a new trojan distribution campaign by email with the subject Pixmania.com gift voucher code.
The email is send from Pixmania.com with a spoofed email address and has the following body: [see attached pic]
The attached ZIP file has the name voucher.zip and contains the 122 kB large file voucher.scr.
The trojan is known as a variant of Win32/Kryptik.ARTR, Trojan.Generic.KD.823865, Artemis!32D03167D51A or WS.Reputation.1.
At the time of writing, 13 of the 45 AV engines did detect the trojan at Virus Total.
Virus Total permalink and SHA256: 088aa2ff181efea185749728f40eb8005e0cbf5ae13acf0823ad32aecdccc843.
Thanks La Luna , you see it the right way, many people don't scream ALERT ALERT ALERT!!!!!!. Instead they will scream 100 100 100 from Pixmania, it's my lucky day! -- »bit.ly/gUqYaH - C. Brian Smith: Think of the exclamation point as a car horn: a little goes a long way. Lay on it too hard and everyones going to think youre a moron.