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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

PayPal spam / londonleatheronline.com

This fake PayPal spam leads to malware on londonleatheronline.com:

Date:      Tue, 3 Sep 2013 09:43:09 +0400 [01:43:09 EDT]
From:      PayPal [service@int.paypal.com]
Subject:      Identity Issue #PP-716-472-864-836

We are writing you this email in regards to your PayPal account. In accordance with our "Terms and Conditions", article 3.2., we would like to kindly ask you to confirm your identity by completing the attached form.

Please print this form and fill in the requested information. Once you have filled out all the information on the form please send it to verification@paypal.com along with a personal identification document (identity card, driving license or international passport) and a proof of address submitted with our system ( bank account statement or utility bill ).
For more details please see on the page View all details

Your case ID for this reason is PP-U3PR33YIL8AV

For your protection, we might limit your account access. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.




This electronic mail transmission and any attached files contain information intended for the exclusive use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed and may contain information belonging to the sender (PayPal , Inc.) that is proprietary, privileged, confidential and/or protected from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any viewing, copying, disclosure or distributions of this electronic message are violations of federal law. Please notify the sender of any unintended recipients and delete the original message without making any copies. Thank You

PayPal Email ID PP53161

The link in the email goes to a legitimate hacked site and then loads one of these three scripts:

These scripts then try to deliver the victim to a malicious payload at [donotclick]londonleatheronline.com/topic/able_disturb_planning.php which is a hijacked GoDaddy domain hosted on (Gandi, US) which is the same server as used in this attack, along with a number of other hijacked domains which are listed in italics below.

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