Virus Email - Billing Address Code (BAC) form for October

If you have received an email message asking you to sign the attached Billing Address Code (BAC) form for the month of October, in order to process your transaction, please do not open the attachment. The attachment is a malicious computer program called a Trojan horse that will infect your computer if you attempt to open it.

Virus Email - Billing Address Code (BAC) form for October

The Virus Email Message

Hello,

Please find attached reports for October for checking.

Please could you sign the BACs form and return it as your approval that I am to go ahead with the transmission.

King regards
Claudine
Payroll Manager

This email message has the malicious file attached: "October.exe". This file is the malicious Trojan horse that will infect your computer and allow the cybercriminals behind this fake email message to take control of your computer remotely over the internet.

After scanning the file "October.exe", the following threats were detected:

  • Trojan/Win32.Zbot
  • TR/Agent.BAWS
  • Trojan.Agent.BAWS
  • W32/Trojan.WTEK-0368
  • Trojan.Agent.BAWS (B)
  • Win32/TrojanDownloader.Waski.A
  • W32/Trojan2.OADW
  • Trojan.Agent.BAWS
  • W32/Zbot.CWYO!tr
  • Trojan.Agent.BAWS
  • Trojan.Injector
  • Trojan.Agent.BAWS
  • Troj/Agent-AEYI

This list above is the name of the Trojan horse that the file "October.exe" contains. This Trojan horse will only infect computers running the Windows operating system. This includes Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows server operating systems.

With your computer infected with the malicious computer program, these cybercriminals can steal your information and use your computer commit cybercrimes that will be traced back to your computer.

If you have received this email message, please delete it and DO NOT attempt to open the attachment.

If you have opened the malicious attachment, please use your antivirus software to do a full scan of your computer.

We also recommend that you use the Bit Defender free online scanner to scan your computer for threats. Click here to scan your computer.

The name of the attachment may change, so be careful when opening email attachments. Click here for a list of email attachments you should never open, regardless of where they came from.

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Virus Email - Billing Address Code (BAC) form for October