Date: 12 February 2016 at 10:44
Subject: Your latest invoice from The Fuelcard Company UK Ltd
Please find your latest invoice attached.
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The Fuelcard Compa
The Fuelcard Company UK Ltd
St James Business Park Grimbald Crag Court Knaresborough HG5 8QB
Tel 0845 456 1400 Fax 0845 279 9877
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Head Office: The Fuelcard Company UK Ltd, St James Business Park, Grimbald Crag Court, Knaresborough HG5 8QB
Registered number: 5939102
I have only seen a single sample with an attachment named invoice.xls with a detection rate of 5/54. Analysis is pending, but the payload is likely to be the Dridex banking trojan.
This Hybrid Analysis shows that this particular sample downloads from:
This is the same executable as found in this earlier spam run.