Cyber-criminals are sending out fake and malicious email messages, which claim the recipients have received a secure file containing a copy of Shelby's plan, from someone at the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). But, any attempts to open the fake and malicious attached file will infect the victims' computers with a Trojan horse, which is used by cyber-criminals to remotely access and control their victims' computers. With the access to their victims' computers, the cyber-criminals can steal their personal information, financial information, or remotely use the victims' computers to commit other cyber-crimes, which will be traced back to the victims, who may get arrested for something they know nothing about.
The Fake and Malicious Email Message
You have received 1 secure file from Darrin.Mcmullen@ndis.gov .au.
Use the secure link below to download.
As requested, please find attached a copy of Shelby's plan.
Secure File Downloads:
Available until: 12 October 2015
Click link to download:
097.20 KB, Fingerprint: DF8F4D80FEE7E33C7D509E2F1B511507 (What is this?)
You have received secure links within this email sent via filepoint.dss.gov.au.to retrieve the files, please click on the links above.
Click here for a list of email attachments that you should never open, regardless of where they came from.