From "Fuel Card Services" [email@example.com]I have only seen one sample with an attachment named ebill0200442.xls which contains this malicious macro [pastebin] which is different to recent Dridex macros, and is similar to one first seen yesterday. According to this Malwr report it downloads an executable from:
Date Thu, 04 Feb 2016 04:29:24 -0700
Subject BP Fuel Card E-bill 0200442 for Account B216552 31/01/2016
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Subject: BP Fuel Card E-bill 0200442 for Account B216552 31/01/2016
Please find your e-bill 0200442 for 31/01/2016 attached.
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also reported is as a download location is:
If you look at the details of the Malwr report, it seems that the the script does creates a LOT of files all over the place. The dropped executable has a detection rate of 4/52 and according to this Hybrid Analysis shows that it phones home to:
22.214.171.124 (Clodo-Cloud / IT-House, Russia)
This is the same IP address as seen earlier, put the payload has now changed. Blocking that IP would be wise, and I would suggest that blocking 126.96.36.199/21 is probably worth considering too.