Virus Email: UPS Delivery Notification Tracking Number

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Virus Email: UPS Delivery Notification Tracking Number

If you receive an e-mail message claiming to be from United Parcel Service (UPS) with the subject "UPS Delivery Notification Tracking Number", please do not open the attachment. The attachment is a virus/spyware called Mal/JSRedir-J and appears to have been sent from auto-notify@ups.com. But, the malicious e-mail message was not sent by UPS.

The name of the malicious attachment is nvoiceEVKDBQXRTKRXN4CTMI.html. This file name may change.

The aim of the persons behind this malicious e-mail message is, to trick their victims into opening the malicious attachment so that their computers can become infected with the virus/spyware Mal/JSRedir-J.

Here is a copy of the UPS virus e-mail message

UPS Delivery Notification Tracking Number Virus Email

From: UPS Quantum View <auto-notify@ups.com>
Subject: UPS Delivery Notification Tracking Number:EVKDBQXRTKRXN4CTMI

You have attached the invoice for your package delivery.

Thank you,
United Parcel Service
*** This is an automatically generated email, please do not reply ***

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CommentComments or Questions (14)

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  • Posted: 6 months, 1 week ago by an anonymous user from Austria:

    Seems it isn't active again now. Got several on my Company address that was sent by auto-notify@ups .com delete


    • Posted: 3 months ago by an anonymous user from Germany:

      Received this mail today in Germany. : delete


  • Posted: 6 months, 2 weeks ago by an anonymous user from Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany:

    Received this mail from "ups quantum view" the real mailadress was "dijob@dijob .hr". Deleted the mail - guess it was a scam. : delete


    • Posted: 6 months, 2 weeks ago by info:

      Yes, it is a scam. : delete


  • Posted: 10 months, 4 weeks ago by an anonymous user from Delray Beach, Florida, United States:

    How does this virus affect a Kindle Fire if this email virus is opened? : delete


    • Posted: 10 months, 4 weeks ago by info:

      We cannot tell, because the malicious JavaScript will check your device for vulnerabilities, and if there is any, will redirect you to a malicious website that can take advantage of it.

      So, it is recommended not to open the attachment. : delete


  • Posted: Sep 22, 2013 ago by an anonymous user from Seattle, Washington, United States:

    Had one with

    NUMBER OF parcel: 1XY2NM48CJ

    .zip file.. never a need for these emails to contain zipped files. Ever. ;-) hope.others had the common.sense I had. : delete


  • Posted: Aug 30, 2013 ago by an anonymous user from Camborne, Cornwall, United Kingdom:

    I received this email 2 days ago and in my half asleep state opened the attachment on my android phone and then deleted the email, i have since received 2 more deleted without opening. I have Avg virus scan on my phone and its not picking anything up but Im still worried and scared now to log on to online banking, ebay etc. How can i be sure my phone doesn't have a virus? Thanks : delete


  • Posted: Aug 13, 2013 ago by info:

    Yes it can infect an IPhone, if there is an exploit in the operating system or an application. : delete


  • Posted: Aug 13, 2013 ago by an anonymous user from Mexico:

    Can this virus afect IPHONEs? : delete


  • Posted: Apr 29, 2013 ago by info:

    If you scanned your phone and nothing was detected, we can safely say your phone is ok. Scan your phone weekly and ensure that your antivirus software is updated daily. : delete


  • Posted: Apr 29, 2013 ago by an anonymous user from Hertford, Hertford, United Kingdom:

    Any ideas how to get rid of it? I have downloaded various anti virus apps (Norton, Sophos and avg) and they don't seen to pick anything up when scanning, did that mean my phone is not infected? : delete


  • Posted: Apr 29, 2013 ago by info:

    Yes it can infect an Android phone, if there is an exploit in the operating system or an application. : delete


  • Posted: Apr 29, 2013 ago by an anonymous user from Hertford, Hertford, United Kingdom:

    Will this virus infect an Android phone? : delete