Previous  bell    Next
bell Warning: JavaScript is turned off! Some features on this website will not work without it.

Your UPS Invoice is Ready - Dangerous Neverquest Trojan Email

The fake email message below with the subject:"Your UPS Invoice is Ready", contains a very dangerous bank username and password stealing Trojan horse called Neverquest. So, please do not open the attachment for this email message if you receive a copy of it.
Your UPS Invoice is Ready - Dangerous Neverquest Trojan Email
Online Threat Alerts

Your UPS Invoice is Ready - Dangerous Neverquest Trojan Email


Rating - Thumb up Rating - Thumb down 0   
Your UPS Invoice is Ready - Dangerous Neverquest Trojan Email

The fake email message below with the subject:"Your UPS Invoice is Ready", contains a very dangerous bank username and password stealing Trojan horse called Neverquest. So, please do not open the attachment for this email message if you receive a copy of it.

Please continue reading below.

The Fake Email Message that Contains the Neverquest Trojan Attachment

Subject: Your UPS Invoice is Ready
This is an automatically generated email.
Please do not reply to this email address.

Dear UPS Customer,

New invoice(s) are available for the consolidated payment plan(s) / account(s) enrolled in the UPS Billing Center

Please open attached file to view and pay your invoice.

(c) 2013 United Parcel Service of America, Inc. UPS, the UPS brandmark, and the color brown are trademarks of United

Parcel Service of America, Inc. All rights reserved.
For more information on UPS's privacy practices, refer  to the UPS Privacy Policy.
Please do not reply directly to this e-mail. UPS will not receive any reply message.
For questions or comments, visit Contact UPS.
---

This email message tries to trick the recipient into opening the malicious attachment (Neverquest Trojan), by claiming that the recipient United Parcel Service (UPS) invoice is ready, and the recipient should open the attachment in order to view and pay the invoice.

If your computer is infected with this malicious computer program, it will wait until you are on a banking website and then attempt to steal your banking username and password. The Trojan horse does this by injecting rogue forms into the bank webpage when the victim visits the bank's website.

Also, this Trojan horse can allow cybercriminals to take control of your computer from a remote location, anywhere on the internet.

For more information about the malicious Neverquest Trojan, please click here.

Remember to leave your question or comment, and read the ones made by others below. And, please report malicious, phishing or scam email messages, social media posts and websites to us. You may click here to contact us, or forward the email messages to: info@onlinethreatalerts.com .

Alert and help your family and friends by sharing this article with them:
Submit Your Comment or Question

Submit your comment or question in the box below to share what you know or to get answers about this article.

CommentComments or Questions (0)