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#1 Sudosev

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Posted 10 February 2016 - 04:29 PM

This evening, I decided to check my spam traps.  I was initially looking for more Dridex but I came across this (new) campaign which was sat in my inbox as opposed to my junk email.  I have received 2 emails in the past 1hr 30m.  Both sites are WordPress sites.  One appears to be a legit site with a nice homepage, the other has no homepage but I assume it was still initially setup for legitimate purposes.

 

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Body of the email

 

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Landing page

 

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There doesn't really seem to be any trend with these a part from the fact that both sites are WordPress.  But then most malicious campaigns usually start by compromising WordPress sites to give them a platform to spam from anonymously.

 

Email phishing@rbc.com if you receive anything from this spam campaign.



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