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Spoofed Dell Email Lure Installing Trojan


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Posted 17 May 2007 - 08:19 AM

Websense Security Labs has received reports of a new email campaign starting in Australia that attempts to lure users to connecting to a malicious website. The Australia CERT has reported emails that are spoofing the Dell online store. The emails claim that the user is being charged for a camera purchase and requests they connect to a site in order to view their profile. The site is encoding there code via Java Script which...attempt to load exploit code and download and install new malicious code...

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