Virus Email Message - Protest Casas Bahia
Jan 14, 2015
Sep 10, 2013
The malicious email message below: "Protest Casas Bahia", contains a link to a malicious computer program called a virus. The fake email message claims that you should download the attached file to access a form. But, this attachment is a computer virus that will infect your computer if it is opened.
Please continue reading below.
Copy of the Malicious Email Message in English
Subject: Seras aexperian: Protest Casas Bahia CDL / SERASA - Protocol N: 66118807
To download the attached file, Access Form.
Was detected in our system a protest on behalf of, the undertaking New Pontocom Electronic Commerce SA (Casas Bahia)
State Registration: 147 641 208 113
Please find attached details of the protest.
Manager Protests - Serasa Experian
Copy of the Malicious Email Message In Portugese
Serasaexperian: Protesto Casas Bahia CDL/Serasa - Protocolo N: 66118807
Para fazer download do arquivo em anexo, Acesse o Formulario.
Foi detectado em nosso sistema um protesto em seu nome, realizado pela empresa Nova Pontocom Comercio Eletronico S.A.(Casas Bahia)
Inscrição Estadual: 147.641.208.113
Segue em anexo mais detalhes sobre o protesto.
Gerente de Protestos - Serasa Experian
The virus is packaged or stored in compressed WinRAR file with the name Protesto_serasa-323423.rar. This name may change. If you open this compressed file and open the malicious file within it, your computer will be infected with a virus.
This virus is located at the website address below:
hxxp://look.incentives.com.co/administrator/includes/js/ ThemeOffice/Protesto_ serasa-323423.rar.
Most computer viruses are sent as a Zip or compressed email attachment. So, if you receive any Zip or compressed files that you are not expecting, please do not open the attachment, because it more than likely a computer virus.
If you were tricked into opening this malicious file, please use the antivirus software installed on your computer to do a full scan.
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