Spam

  • Spammers target New York, USA residents in this spam purporting to be a traffic violation ticket. The message passes itself off as an official notification from the Department of Motor Vehicles, informing the intended recipient of their most recent traffic violation.
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  • There are commercial spam messages that bore the subject EID HOLIDAYS SPECIALS, which targets managers as recipients. These spammed messages supposedly inform them of offers purportedly related to the holiday.
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  • There was an observed outbreak of spammed email messages, typically imageless text message attached with a compressed .ZIP file.
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  • TrendLabs engineers spotted a phishing email that mimics the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) express alert. It informs recipients that BPI online banking has upgraded.
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  • From: Reservation Departament; support@preferredhotel.comSubject: Hotel New York Marriott Marquis made wrong transactionTrendlabs received spam samples that used the name of a popular hotel chain to lure recipients to claim a refund, with the body of the message citing that the specified hotel had charged their credit card by mistake.
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  • An email hoaxing the IRS.gov recently sent Trend Micro, Inc a spammed invite for the 'IRS 2011 Summer Forums.
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  • This spammed email pretends to be from the popular fast food chain, McDonald's and invites users to join the fake 'The Free Supper Day' campaign. In the said�campaign, five dishes from McDonald’s are supposedly given away for free on a particular day.
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  • TrendLabs engineers spotted circulating spammed messages pretending to be emails from NACHA. NACHA manages the development, administration and governance of the Automated Clearing House (ACH) network.
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  • As early as now, cybercriminals are already�leveraging the much-anticipated release of Apple's iPhone 5. TrendLabs engineers found spammed messages, which bore the subject, Finally.
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  • Spammers are now leveraging popular website, Wikipedia to point users to pharmacy sites. TrendLabs engineers spotted spammed messages in plain text that contained a URL.
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