Fake Email with Link to Malicious Trojan horse - Regarding your Direct Deposit via ACH
Mar 14, 2013
Jan 25, 2013
The e-mail message below is a fake and contains a link to a malicious website. The link points to the website dualmodegsmamr.biz which contains a malicious program called a Trojan horse. If your computer is infected with a malicious program like this, it can be remotely controlled by a hacker to, spy on you, steal your personal information or use your computer to commit cybercrime.
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The name of the malicious Trojan horse is JS/Kryptik.AFG.
ESET antivirus blocking the Trojan downloading from the malicious website dualmodegsmamr.biz
If you receive this e-mail (see below), do not click on the link in it; instead delete the message and inform your friends and family by sharing this article with them.
Here is a copy of the malicious e-mail message:
Subject: Regarding your Direct Deposit via ACH
Dear Business owner,
We would like to notify you, that your latest Direct Deposit payment (Int. No.783075077997) was cancelled, because your business software package was out of date. Please visit the secure section of our web site to see the details:
Click here for more information
Please refer to your financial institution to get the new version of the software.
ACH Network Rules Department
NACHA - The Electronic Payments Association
19733 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 803
Herndon, VA 20123
Phone: 703-561-9243 Fax: 703-787-1296
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