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Malicious Sales Invoices Being Sent by Cybercriminals

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Malicious Sales Invoices Being Sent by Cybercriminals

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Cybercriminals are attempting to trick online users into opening malicious email attachments disguised a sales invoices or bills. If opened, the malicious attachments can infect the recipients' computers or mobile device with a virus, trojan horse, or ransomware. Therefore, recipients of suspicious sales invoice emails are asked to be careful when opening email attachments and should never attempt to open the attachments we are have listed below.

Before opening an attachment, online users should check the attachments' name and ensure that they do not end with the following:

  • .exe
  • .img
  • .iso
  • .gz
  • .tar

The list of extensions above can infect your computer with viruses and malware, therefore, they should never attempt to open them. There are also malicious Microsoft Word documents with names ending with ".docx" that may contain Macro viruses, so it is not recommended to enable Macro or "Edit" when opening suspicious or unexpected Microsoft Word documents via email.

Some Malicious Sales Invoices We Have Received

Subject: revised PI RGP-00332-19

Attachment: REVISED PI_pdf.gz(232 KB)

Dear Sir/madam,

This is a courtesy email regarding the proforma invoice that you

sent to my colleague, please review it immediately as it is not

workable for us.Kindly please double check and confirm by

correcting the following:

1. We agreed on 30% advance but PI is stated 50% advance.

2. Expected time of delivery is different from earlier agreed

shipment date.

Kind Regards,

Santosh Malekar.

Subject: Payment Receipt

Attachment: PaymentReceipt.tar

432 KB

FYI

Please confirm the payment advise as attached together with the PI. We want to confirm before we proceed in accordance with a request from your customer to complete the payment process.

Thanks and Best Regards,

From: priyanka.kumari@trendyclub.net

Attachment: #10114300988.ace (228 KB)

Good day,

I can't reach you with my main email.

Are you sure your Spam filter is not blocking me out?

All my mails to youstarted bouncing since yesterday

Please as your IT to check what is the problem.

I am now writing with my private email. Hope you receive this one.

Find the attached the payment swift for the part payment from our customer to your account.

Please revert to my other email where we have been communicating.

The payment receipt has references of the invoices paid.

I await your reply with confirmation of receipt of funds.

Best Regards,

LLES ALARCON

From: Rahman@fortunepacific.com

Attachment: Order_August#64533,pdf.iso (1,294 KB)

Dear Sir,

I would like to confirm, if the below quotation is still valid?

Your prompt reply is highly appreciated to enable us proceed with order.

Awaiting your reply.

With Best Regards

Anita Wen

Fazlur Rahman

Admin and Procurement

Sr. Assistant Manager (Procurement)

From: azmk2@asmkonsulting.com

Subject: Required Supplier contact Email IDs - System updates 2019.

Attachment: ZINKLLC072019PO.IMG (1,216 KB)

is this order coming too late? can we get this order urgently? How soon can we get this order shipped? please revert back with invoice of attached order and possibility of shipment as soon as possible.

Regards

Nabil S. Kawar P.I.C P.M.P E.P.S

General Manager

Attachment: po.doc.exe (862 KB)

Dear Sir

We are interested to Purchase your product, i got your contact information

from two of our customers.

Please contact us with the following below:-

- Your minimum order quantity.

- Your FOB Prices and FOB Port.

- Your estimated delivery time.

Please fine attached company details and requirements below to preview the samples/specifications needed.

Best Regard

KHAWATMI CO. IMPORT & EXPORT

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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Malicious Sales Invoices Being Sent by Cybercriminals