Fake Shipping Update from Amazon.com Promotes Malware
December 15, 2010
Beware, Amazon.com users! Spammed messages that arrive with malware attached and disguised as shipping updates from the popular online shopping website are quickly spreading . The email body includes an image and a varying order number. Attached to the mail is the file Shipping documents.zip, which contains an .EXE file. The spammed messages arrive with different malware, which may be any of the following WORM.BUZUS.BHX, TROJ_MEREDROP.OQ, WORM_PROLACO.Q or WORM_PROLACO.EK.
SPAM BLOCKING DATE / TIME: December 15, 2010 GMT-8