Virus Alert - "Visa Card Ending in XXX will be Charged Shortly" is a Malicious Email

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Online users, if you have received the fake email message below, which claims your Visa credit card will be charged, please do not attempt to open the attachment. This is because the attachment is malicious, and any attempt to open it will infect your computers with a virus, ransomware, spyware or other malware.

Virus Alert - Visa Card Ending in XXX will be Charged Shortly is a Malicious Email
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The Malicious "Visa Card Ending in XXX will be Charged Shortly" Email

From: "Tina" <guardian@handlingjay.edu>

Date: 1 Dec 2017 10:25

Subject: Re vidmis

Attachment: gezilyeyboboy.jpeg (7 KB), vidmis_scan.doc (26 KB)

Hello,

Your Visa card ending in XXX will be charged $3,187.26 shortly. Take a look at attachment for details. Password is 1115

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  • January 7, 2018 at 1:22 AM by an anonymous user from: Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States

    My phone was infected by the Z17 virus how do I remove it from damaging my device.

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  • December 3, 2017 at 3:40 PM by an anonymous user from: Homewood, Illinois, United States

    Received this message twice now. Same subject, body, attachment, but different senders. One was caught by my spam filter and one wasn't.

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