Virus - "Scotia Canada Bank Incoming Payment" Malicious Email

Online users, the fake Scotiabank email below which claims the recipients have an incoming payment contains a malicious PDF document with a link to a malicious website that will attempt to trick visitors into downloading malicious software that contains a virus, Trojan horse or other malware. Therefore, recipients of the same email are asked to delete it and should not attempt to open the attachment.

Virus - Scotia Canada Bank Incoming Payment Malicious Email

The "Scotia Canada Bank Incoming Payment" Virus Email

From: Scotia Canada Bank <scott@scotiabank.com>

Subject: Review Payment

Date: August 28, 2018 at 10:48:04 AM GMT-4

Attachment: Scotiabank.pdf 81 KB

Dear Customer,

You have an incoming payment..

Please view/download the attachment below to review it.

Sincerely,

Scotiabank.

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