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Thursday, 11 July 2013

"WTX Media INC" spam / dajizzum.com

This fake invoice spam from the nonexistant "WTX Media" leads to a malware landing page on dajizzum.com:

From: Rebecca Media [mailto:support@rebeccacella.com]
Sent: 11 July 2013 07:46
To: [redacted]
Subject: Subscription Details

We hereby inform you that your subscription has been activated, your login information is as follows:

Username: IX9322130
Password: X#(@kIE04N
Login Key: 839384

Please do not share the login information with anyone as this account is only for your use, sharing the account will result in account termination without a refund.
The credit card on file submited by you will be billed within 24 hours, in the amount of 499.00 GBP, amount equal to one year unlimited subscription.
Your bank statement will show up as being billed by "WTX Media INC".

If you have any questions or issues with your login as well as requests to upgrade or cancel your membership please contact us using the form at:


Any feedback is appreciated as we strive to improve our services constantly.
WTX Media Team
The link in the email goes through a legitimate but hacked website (rebeccacella.com) and lands on a malware landing page at [donotclick]dajizzum.com/team/administration/admin4_colon/fedora.php?view=44 (report here) which contains an exploit kit.

dajizzum.com is hosted on (UK2.NET, UK) which appears to be a hijacked server. At the moment I can only see that one site hosted on this box, but blacklisting the IP as a precaution may be wise.

The spam originates from another malware server on (more of this later) but it appears to use a compromised 1&1 account as the spamvertised domain, sender's address and SMTP relay of all belong to that provider.

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