Fake Malicious UPS EFax Email
March 12, 2014
March 28, 2013
The spoofed e-mail message message below was not sent by UPS.com or EFax.instead, this message was sent by scammers to trick their victims into clicking on the malicious attachment. This attachment will redirect the victims' web browsers to a malicious website that will infect their computers with multiple malwares.
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The Fake and Malicious UPS Efax Message
From: "ups" email@example.com
Subject: Efax Corporate
Fax Message [Caller-ID: 040772596]
You have received a 21 pages fax at Tue, 26 Mar 2013 03:40:11 +0600, (868)-726-9216.
* The reference number for this fax is [eFAX-855195185].
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 malicious attachment is Efax_Pages.htm (this name may change). If you open the attachment (DO NOT), you will be redirected to this Russian malicious website hjuiopsdbgp.ru:8080, setup by scammers or hackers with malwares that will infect your computer.
If you receive the malicious e-mail message, please delete it. Remember, if you are sent any e-mail notifications, always go to the company's website that sent the notification and view it from there, instead of clicking on any links or attachments in the same e-mail message.
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