Trojan Email Claiming EFax Received from J2 Global Communications

Here is a malicious e-mail with a dangerous Trojan horse attached, claiming that the victim received eFax sent by J2 Global Communications. The email appeared as if it came from an e-mail address at linkedin.com, but it was not sent from there.

Trojan Email Claiming EFax Received from J2 Global Communications
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A Sample of the Malicious Email

Fax Message [Caller-ID: 837091732]

You have received a 27 pages fax at Tue, 12 Feb 2013 05:11:17 -0500, (578)-746-6998.

* The reference number for this fax is [eFAX-062107024].

View attached fax using your Internet Browser.

© 2013 j2 Global Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.
eFax is a registered trademark of j2 Global Communications, Inc.

This account is subject to the terms listed in the eFax ? Customer Agreement.

The name of the attachment is: Efax_Corporate.htm. Do not open the attachment, it is a Trojan horse called JS:Redirector-AGO.

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