Spam

  • Trend Micro researchers spotted spammed mail claiming to be from the Brazilian branch of Unilever, a British-Dutch multinational consumer goods company originally based in the United Kingdom. The body of the message (written in Portuguese) informs the reader in that the company has sent a copy of a document pertaining to contractual procedures for the user's benefit and perusal, and that the document itself could be downloaded by clicking on the provided hyperlink.
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  • Like any other holiday, Easter did not pass without cybercriminals attempting to exploit the occasion for their malicious operations. Cybercriminals have taken to spam to advertise Justhookup, a dating site, while mentioning Easter in the email subject.
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  • Trend Micro researchers intercepted spammed messages disguised as email from US Airways, a major airline service. The email informs the recipient of their flight schedule and gives them instructions on how to proceed to their appointed gate.
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  • Cybercriminals often leverage sports events to launch their malicious activities against users. With months before the London 2012 Olympic Games, Trend Micro researchers have already spotted spammed messages riding this sports event.
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  • Spammed messages purporting to come from Anonymous, a hacktivist group are found in the wild. It contains the subject, We are Anonymous.
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  • Trend Micro received samples regarding a phishing attack that uses Metrobank, a banking organization in the Philippines. The message, purporting itself to be an official one from the aforementioned bank, informs the recipient that their account's security validation has expired and requires updating.
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  • Pinterest is a pinboard-styled social photo sharing website which is slowly gaining popularity. With over 10.
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  • A spammed message promoting something called the Google Accredited Pharmacy is seen in the wild. The said email message contains an image that shows a link.
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  • Want to be the first to own iPad3? Be wary of spammed messages that claim to be giving away free iPad3 tablets. Trend Micro spotted spammed messages containing a link that when clicked, leads to survey page.
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  • Trend Micro researchers spotted a spam run that purported to come from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The spammed message claims that the organization received notice of the recipient’s possible assistance in an unlawful tax refund activity.
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