From: Administrator [mailto:Administrator@Outlook-us.com]The download location varies but always has the same path. Here are some other sites in use:
Date: Monday, 12th January 2015 16:21
Subject: Important - New Outlook Settings
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This spam run is essentially very similar as others seen in recent days, for example this one. Clicking the link in the email will either lead to nonsense text or a file that downloaded as "message.zip ;.zip ;.zip ;" when I tried it.
Inside this ZIP file is an executable file that is slightly different each time it is downloaded. When I scanned one of these earlier, it turned out to have a very low detection rate.
The Malwr report shows that it drops another file that appears to be a banking trojan, and which also has low detection rates.
Malwr also reports malicious traffic to and from the following locations:
A tip-off also indicates that there will be traffic to coffeeofthemonth.biz.