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White Wedding Agency Invitation Malicious Email Message

Date: November 16, 2013 7:35 AM - Views: 12,503 - Comments: 4
White Wedding Agency Invitation Malicious Email Message

The email message below: "We would like to invite you to celebrate our wedding in December 10th, Tuesday, 4 p.m.," is a fake and contains a link to a malicious website with viruses and other malwares. The email message was not sent by "White Wedding Agency" and the invitation is bogus.

The Fake White Wedding Agency Malicious Email Message

White Wedding Agency Invitation Malicious Email Message

White Wedding Agency
 We would like to invite you to celebrate our wedding in December 10th, Tuesday, 4 p.m.
The celebration will be followed by a reception.
[Link Removed]

If the link are not working, please move the message to"Inbox" folder.ency s.r.o. | Legal Disclaimer -
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The aim of these cybercriminals, who created this email message, is to trick the recipients of the email message into clicking on the malicious link within it.

Once the recipients click on the link, they will be taken to a website designed to infect their computers with a virus or other malwares, by asking the them to download a malicious file.

Also, the recipients' computers may get infected by just visiting the website, without clicking on a link or downloading a file. This type of malware infection is possible because of the Zero Day Exploit kit that is design to take advantage of vulnerabilities on outdated computer. This is the reason why it is important to keep your computer and antivirus software up-to-date.

If you have received this email message and clicked the link in it, please do a full scan of your computer with the antivirus software installed on it. This will remove any malicious program that may have been installed on your computer.

So, if you receive an email message, please do no hastily click on the links within it, especially if it claims something that you know nothing about.

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  • Anonymous: 8 months, 3 weeks ago

    My husband just got this email. We looked at the sender info. The name was "Wedding Agent Daniel Macias" but the email address was jafar.benayad @southwindhospitality.com. Southwind is a real entity in Florida, but this is not part of their stuff. Does anyone know if Southwind is aware of this? ~


  • Anonymous: 9 months, 0 week ago

    I also just received one of these emails. I reported it to Google mail. ~


  • Anonymous: 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    I am particularly vulnerable, since I am a wedding officiant. It came into the inbox of my iPhone, but the link wouldn't work (fortunately). I found your site when I tried to research them. ~


  • Anonymous: 9 months, 3 weeks ago

    I have gotten this in my junk email a few times. Steer clear. ~


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