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Friday, 15 June 2012

"Your UPS shipment tracking number" / autobouracky.net

Another UPS spam leading to malware, this time on autobouracky.net:

From:     UPS Quantum View auto-notify@ups.com
Date:     15 June 2012 14:34
Subject:     Your UPS shipment tracking number.

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This message was sent to you at the request of ICRealtime Security Solutions LLC to notify you that the electronic shipment information below has been transmitted to UPS. The physical package(s) may or may not have actually been tendered to UPS for shipment. To verify the actual transit status of your shipment, click on the tracking link below or contact ICRealtime Security Solutions LLC directly.

Important Delivery Information

Scheduled Delivery: 09-May-2012

Shipment Detail
Ship To:

Number of Packages:     1
UPS Service:     GROUND
Weight:     9.0 LBS

Tracking Number:     1ZX603R40369384687
Reference Number 1:     47479
Reference Number 2:     20872

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The malicious payload is at [donotclick]autobouracky.net/main.php?page=0e1cb9b71ef021b2 (report here) which is hosted on (Datashack, US).


Basiclife said...

Nice catch. I've had a lot of spam offering "work from home" with reply addresses of @NewEngWork.com - The domain doesn't have a web server up but does have an MX record pointing at that same IP address

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