The Fake Email Message in Spanish
From: El Universal [eluniversal @eluniversal.org]
Date: 5 September 2014 14:50
Subject: Shakira muere en grave accidente
Muere Shakira en grave accidente
Esta madrugada a las 1:10 A.M. en el barrio la Macarena, Colombia. La conocida cantante e intérprete Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, sufrió un grave accidente automovilístico en el cual perdio la vida. Abordo del vehículo también se encontraba su manager, que quedó con heridas graves. Testigos, dicen que el auto conducido por este último, se dirigia a exceso de velocidad..
Para ver imágenes exclusivas y detalles de la noticia adjuntamos un documento con toda la información sobre este trágico acontecimiento.
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The Fake Email Message Translated to English
From: The Universal [eluniversal @eluniversal.org]
Date: 5 September 2014 14:50
Subject: Shakira dies in serious accident
Shakira dies in serious accident
This morning at 1:10 A.M.in the neighborhood La Macarena, Colombia. The well-known singer and performer Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, suffered a serious car accident in which he lost his life.
Aboard the vehicle his manager, who was seriously injured was also found. Witnesses say the car driven by the latter, was heading speeding ..
To view exclusive images and details of the story have attached a document with all the information this tragic event.
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The attachment "IMAGENES_01.doc" in the email message, is a Microsoft Word document that contains a malicious Macro, which will attempt to download malicious programs like viruses or Trojan horse from the website: www.papeleriaelcid.com/aurora/ajax/, and install them on your computer, if you open the attachment and enable Macro, 'Content' or 'Editing' in Microsoft Word.
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