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Windows 7: Fake Miles & More Emails Lead to Zbot Drive-By Download

15 Jan 2011   #1
JMH

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. SP1.
 
 
Fake Miles & More Emails Lead to Zbot Drive-By Download

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Security researchers warn about fake emails purporting to come from the Miles & More frequent flyer programme and leading users to a Zbot drive-by download website.

The rogue emails bear a subject of "ITINENERARY RECEIPT" and have their header spoofed to appears as originating from a memberservices@miles-and-more.com address.

The contained message makes use of an old social engineering trick to trigger the recipients' attention by suggesting their credit cards were charged without their knowledge.
Fake Miles & More Emails Lead to Zbot Drive-By Download - Softpedia


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26 Mar 2014   #2
paintflutter

Windows 8
 
 

Oh my - that's a a new reason not to collect miles at Miles & more. Torsten @ Mighty Travels - travel savings, error fares, mistake fares, rewards credit cards, hotel mistake rates
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