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Sunday, 8 October 2017

Scam: "Help Your Child To Be A Professional Footballer." / info@champ-footballacademyagency.co.uk

This spam email is a scam:

Subject:       Help Your Child To Be A Professional Footballer.
From:       "FC Academy" [csa@sargas-tm.eu]
Date:       Sun, October 8, 2017 10:30 am
To:       "Recipients" [fcsa@sargas-tm.eu]
Priority:       Normal

Hello,
Does your child desire to become a professional footballer?

Our football academy are currently scouting for young football player to participate in 3-6 months training and  our main purpose is to recruit young and talented footballers to help become a great football  player in Life and become a great star .  Our agent will train and linked your child up with big clubs in United Kingdom and Europe.

We will also help your child to get Visa and Work Permit once the admission into our football academy is approved.

Our aim is to provide a wide range of opportunities to complement a successful playing career. We will help your child to find the best route to fulfilling their ambitions of becoming a professional footballer in United Kingdom and Europe.

If you want to help your child achieve their soccer dream, reply us for more information.
Best Regards,
CFAA.

At the time of writing the domain sargas-tm.eu does not exist, but the Reply-To address is actually info@champ-footballacademyagency.co.uk which is a registered domain. The WHOIS details for this say:

Domain name:
        champ-footballacademyagency.co.uk

    Registrant:
        NELSON OZI

    Registrant type:
        Unknown

    Registrant's address:
        404 sapphire tower
        404 sapphire tower
        USA
        Kentucky
        97101
        United States

    Data validation:
        Nominet was not able to match the registrant's name and/or address against a 3rd party
source on 19-Sep-2017

    Registrar:
        Web4Africa Ltd. t/a Web4Africa [Tag = WEB4AFRICA-GH]
        URL: https://www.web4africa.net

    Relevant dates:
        Registered on: 19-Sep-2017
        Expiry date:  19-Sep-2018
        Last updated:  19-Sep-2017

    Registration status:
        Registered until expiry date.

    Name servers:
        dns1.yandex.net
        dns2.yandex.net

Disclaimer
WHOIS lookup made at 10:50:09 08-Oct-2017


There are lots of suspect things about this domain registration - the address is clearly fake, the registrar is based in South Africa and the nameservers are in Russia, and also it was registered just a few weeks ago. A quick bit of Googling around shows that "Nelson Ozi" is also linked to the following probably fraudulent domains:

svbfib.com
svbfibem.com
globalcreditsus.com

These all seem to be connected with an IP range 169.255.59.0/24 (Web4Africa again) which does seem to have a lot of scammy sites hosted on it. Blocking access to that range might be prudent.

The spam email itself comes via another Russian server mail.elmeh.ru but this particular email originated from 103.207.37.101 in Vietnam. Replies to the champ-footballacademyagency.co.uk email would be set to mx.yandex.net which is in Russia again.

It would probably be quite difficult to stuff any more dodgy indicators into this spam. What the scam actually is isn't 100% clear, it could be anything from a simple advanced fee fraud all the way up to child abduction. Avoid.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Malware spam: "Scanning" pretending to be from tayloredgroup.co.uk

This spam email pretends to be from tayloredgroup.co.uk but it is just a simple forgery leading to Locky ransomware. There is both a malicious attachment and link in the body text. The name of the sender varies.

Subject:       Scanning
From:       "Jeanette Randels" [Jeanette.Randels@tayloredgroup.co.uk]
Date:       Thu, May 18, 2017 8:26 pm

https://dropbox.com/file/9A30AA
--
Jeanette Randels DipFA

Taylored Group
26 City Business Centre
Hyde Street
Winchester
SO23 7TA

Members of the CAERUS Capital Group

www.tayloredgroup.co.uk

Office Number: 01962 826870
Mobile: 07915 612277
email: Jeanette.Randels@tayloredgroup.co.uk

Taylored Financial Planning is a trading style of Jonathan & Carole
Taylor who are an appointed representative of Caerus Financial Limited,
Building 120, Windmill Hill Business Park, Swindon, SN5 6NX which is authorised
and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Email communications are not secure, for this reason Taylored
Financial Planning cannot guarantee the security of the email or its contents or
that it remains virus free once sent. This email message is strictly
confidential and intended solely for the person or organisation to who it is
addressed. It may contain privileged and confidential information and if you are
not the recipient, you must not copy, distribute or take any action in
reference to it. If you have received this email in error, please notify us as
soon as possible and delete the message from your system. 
Despite having what appears to be a Dropbox URL, the link actually goes to another site completely and downloads a .7z archive file containing a malicious VBS script. Attached is another .7z archive file with a slightly different evil VBS script inside.

Detection rates for the scripts are about 13/58 [1] [2]. Automated analysis [3] [4] [5] [6]  shows Locky ransomware attempting to phone home to the following locations:

91.234.35.170/imageload.cgi (FOP Sedinkin Olexandr Valeriyovuch aka thehost.ua, Ukraine)
109.234.35.75/imageload.cgi (McHost.ru / VDSINA, Russia)

McHost is such a well-known purveyor of toxic crap that I recommend you block all of their ranges (plus I guess the related VDSINA ones), or even block the entire Webzilla AS35415. You can find a list of the network ranges here. Also thehost.ua also has a lot of crap and I would lean towards blocking whole network ranges.

Recommended minimum blocklist:
91.234.35.0/24
109.234.35.0/24

Friday, 25 August 2017

Malware spam: "Voicemail Service" / "New voice message.."

The jumble of numbers in this spam is a bit confusing. Attached is a malicious RAR file that leads to Locky ransomware.

Subject:       New voice message 18538124076 in mailbox 185381240761 from "18538124076" <6641063681>
From:       "Voicemail Service" [vmservice@victimdomain.tdl]
Date:       Fri, August 25, 2017 12:36 pm

Dear user:

just wanted to let you know you were just left a 0:13 long message (number 18538124076)
in mailbox 185381240761 from "18538124076" <6641063681>, on Fri, 25 Aug 2017
14:36:41 +0300
so you might want to check it when you get a chance.  Thanks!

                                --Voicemail Service
Attached is a RAR file containing a malicious VBS script. The scripts are all slightly different, meaning that the RARs are too. These are the MD5s I've seen so far for the RAR files themselves:

04059E14170996725CD2ED2324E485F2
0839A18B1F5C1D09F3DF3DC260C07194
0BD5C04D2680B5C8A801B4C2E73BECCD
12D1FC37D223E823C80CF052920DA9AB
1AA539798341930B5492764F2D668987
1ADFF05EEA041B34682FD92CDE45DBFA
1CCF7445D771B7F803E95090E96D0EB2
20162EC71639C4A9080C24B253F5FDFF
24133B658F7730205BCC5789B4CA30F1
42947EBFEFFA9A5CFA3AADDA7EADA572
4AC35594445EB22FE6971A5F81EAB761
4D4DBBCEC5B48EBA30D7B09F994BC009
54E7C8863E161D5A601230E3CD590134
556A6FC4D5607210FA7EF3CAF3CE59D6
645C4FB3BE1A8B1188E8B5A54B1BC011
80D9CEBB286D79955F18013DD3415EEF
8C9B20A61368E8956B6C49DA9AFF30D1
9739211AD009B97EBE0DF353AB11BEB5
9CDDA6C72F41039340E450FA4374E748
A9C0D2F356C455EB40B707D570D27318
BAF4482ED9F6DEE8CBE6F69366AAC434
EA7D52C3328A5A8A0C8334AE3E3C580C
FEC76C943E1252D0DE7D6B7936510B9D


The VBS script is similar to this (variable names seem to change mostly) with a detection rate of about 15/59. Hybrid Analysis shows it dropping a Locky executable with a 18/65 detection rate which phones home to 46.17.44.153/imageload.cgi (Baxnet, Russia) which I recommend that you block.

Malware spam: "Your Sage subscription invoice is ready" / noreply@sagetop.com

This fake Sage invoice leads to Locky ransomware. Quite why Sage are picked on so much by the bad guys is a bit of a mystery.

Subject:       Your Sage subscription invoice is ready
From:       "noreply@sagetop.com" [noreply@sagetop.com]
Date:       Thu, August 24, 2017 8:49 pm

Dear Customer

Your Sage subscription invoice is now ready to view.

Sage subscriptions

To view your Sage subscription invoice click here 

Got a question about your invoice?

Call us on 0845 111 6604

If you're an Accountant, please call 0845 111 1197
If you're a Business Partner, please call 0845 111 7787

Kind Regards

The Sage UK Subscription Team

Please note: There is no unsubscribe option on this email, as it is a service
message, not a marketing communication. This email was sent from an address that
cannot accept replies. Please use the contact details above if you need to get in
touch with us.

The link in the email downloads a malicious RAR file. The samples I saw were closely clustered alphabetically.

helpmatheogrow.com/SINV0709.rar
hendrikvankerkhove.be/SINV0709.rar
heinverwer.nl/SINV0709.rar
help.ads.gov.ba/SINV0709.rar
harvia.uz/SINV0709.rar

The RAR file itself contains a malicious VBS script that looks like this [pastebin] with a detection rate of 19/56, which attempts to download another component from:

go-coo.jp/HygHGF
hausgerhard.com/HygHGF
hausgadum.de/HygHGF
bromesterionod.net/af/HygHGF
hartwig-mau.de/HygHGF
hecam.de/HygHGF
haboosh-law.com/HygHGF
hbwconsultants.nl/HygHGF
hansstock.de/HygHGF
heimatverein-menne.de/HygHGF

Automated analysis of the file [1] [2] shows a dropped binary with a 39/64 detection rate, POSTing to 46.183.165.45/imageload.cgi  (Reg.Ru, Russia)

Recommended blocklist:
46.183.165.45




Thursday, 24 August 2017

Multiple badness on metoristrontgui.info / 119.28.100.249

Two massive fake "Bill" spam runs seem to be under way, one claiming to be from BT and the other being more generic.

Subject:       New BT Bill
From:       "BT Business" [btbusiness@bttconnect.com]
Date:       Thu, August 24, 2017 6:08 pm
Priority:       Normal

From BT
New BT Bill

Your bill amount is: $106.84
This doesn't include any amounts brought forward from any other bills.

We've put your latest BT bill for you to view. See your bill here


We'll take your payment from your account as usual by Direct Debit.

Reduce paper waste
You're still getting paper bills by post. Why not go paper-free, and stop storing and shredding them once and for all?


Need some help?
Go to www.bt.com/business/support.

Thanks for choosing BT.

Robena Morath
CEO, BT Business

Payment processing fee: BT Payment Services Ltd, a BT Group Company, charges this fee.
This or confidential. It's meant only for the individual(s) email contains BT information, which may be privileged or entity named above. If you're not the intended recipient, note that disclosing, copying, distributing or using this information is prohibited. If you've received this email in error, please let me know immediately on the email address above. Thank you. We monitor our email system, and may record your emails.

And a simpler one..

From:    Dianna Mcgrew
Date:    24 August 2017 at 14:50
Subject:    Bill-9835

Hi,

Here is a copy of your bill.

Thank you & have a great weekend!
Most (but not all) of the samples I  have seen then lead to a single website to download the malicious payload, for example:

http://metoristrontgui.info/af/download.php
http://metoristrontgui.info/af/bill-201708.rar
http://metoristrontgui.info/af/bill-201708.7z

metoristrontgui.info is hosted on 119.28.100.249 (Tencent, China) which is an IP we've seen a few times recently [1] [2]. Let's check out that WHOIS:

Domain Name: METORISTRONTGUI.INFO
Registry Domain ID: D503300000042955753-LRMS
Registrar WHOIS Server:
Registrar URL: http://www.eranet.com
Updated Date: 2017-08-24T14:02:07Z
Creation Date: 2017-08-24T13:24:23Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2018-08-24T13:24:23Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date:
Registrar: Eranet International Limited
Registrar IANA ID: 1868
Registrar Abuse Contact Email:
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone:
Reseller:
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: serverTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#serverTransferProhibited
Domain Status: addPeriod https://icann.org/epp#addPeriod
Registry Registrant ID: C208152073-LRMS
Registrant Name: Robert Ruthven
Registrant Organization: Gamblin Artists Colors
Registrant Street: 323 SE Division Pl
Registrant City: Portland
Registrant State/Province: OR
Registrant Postal Code: 97202
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.5034359411
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +1.5034359411
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: jenniemarc@mail.com
Registry Admin ID: C208152073-LRMS
Admin Name: Robert Ruthven
Admin Organization: Gamblin Artists Colors
Admin Street: 323 SE Division Pl
Admin City: Portland
Admin State/Province: OR
Admin Postal Code: 97202
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.5034359411
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +1.5034359411
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: jenniemarc@mail.com
Registry Tech ID: C208152073-LRMS
Tech Name: Robert Ruthven
Tech Organization: Gamblin Artists Colors
Tech Street: 323 SE Division Pl
Tech City: Portland
Tech State/Province: OR
Tech Postal Code: 97202
Tech Country: US
Tech Phone: +1.5034359411
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +1.5034359411
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: jenniemarc@mail.com
Registry Billing ID: C208152073-LRMS
Billing Name: Robert Ruthven
Billing Organization: Gamblin Artists Colors
Billing Street: 323 SE Division Pl
Billing City: Portland
Billing State/Province: OR
Billing Postal Code: 97202
Billing Country: US
Billing Phone: +1.5034359411
Billing Phone Ext:
Billing Fax: +1.5034359411
Billing Fax Ext:
Billing Email: jenniemarc@mail.com
Name Server: A.DNSPOD.COM
Name Server: B.DNSPOD.COM
Name Server: C.DNSPOD.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form: https://www.icann.org/wicf/


VirusTotal confirms a lot of badness here, with all of these evil domains on the same server:

drommazxitnnd7gsl.com
74jhdrommdtyis.net
rtozottosdossder.net
kabbionionsesions.net
ttytreffdrorseder.net
tyytrddofjrntions.net
mjhsdgc872bf432rdf.net
yrns7sg3kdn94hskxhbf.net
trmbobodortyuoiyrt.org
metoristrontgui.info
fsroosionsoulsda.info
aldirommestorr887.info
droohsdronfhystgfh.info

Downloads from this site can be a bit slow, unsurprisingly. The dropped EXE seems to be Locky ransomware with a detection rate of 19/65. Hybrid Analysis shows the sample POSTing to 185.179.190.31/imageload.cgi (Webhost LLC, Russia)

Recommended minimum blocklist:
185.179.190.31
119.28.100.249




Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Malware spam: "Customer Service" / "Copy of Invoice xxxx"

This fairly generic spam leads to the Locky ransomware:

Subject:       Copy of Invoice 3206
From:       "Customer Service"
Date:       Wed, August 23, 2017 9:12 pm


Please download file containing your order information.

If you have any further questions regarding your invoice, please call Customer Service.


Please do not reply directly to this automatically generated e-mail message.

Thank you.
Customer Service Department
A link in the email downloads a malicious VBS script, and because it's quite late I'll just say that Hybrid Analysis has seen it all before. The download EXE (VT 21/64) script POSTS to 5.196.99.239/imageload.cgi (Just Hosting, Russia) which is in a network block that also had a fair bit of Angler last year, so I would recommend blocking all traffic to 5.196.99.0/24.

Malware spam: "Voice Message Attached from 0xxxxxxxxxxx - name unavailable"

This fake voice mail message leads to malware. It comes in two slightly different versions, one with a RAR file download and the other with a ZIP.

Subject:       Voice Message Attached from 001396445685 - name unavailable
From:       "Voice Message" <vmservice@victimdomain.tld>
Date:       Wed, August 23, 2017 10:22 am

Time: Wed, 23 Aug 2017 14:52:12 +0530
Download <http://tyytrddofjrntions.net/af/VM20170823_193908.zip> file to listen
Voice Message

Subject:       Voice Message Attached from 055237805419 - name unavailable
From:       "Voice Message" <vmservice@victimdomain.tld>
Date:       Wed, August 23, 2017 10:21 am

Time: Wed, 23 Aug 2017 14:51:13 +0530
Download <http://mjhsdgc872bf432rdf.net/af/VM20170823_193908.rar> file to listen
Voice Message
Both download locations of tyytrddofjrntions.net and mjhsdgc872bf432rdf.net are hosted on 119.28.100.249 (Tencent, CN). This same IP was seen in this other recent spam run. Both the RAR and ZIP downloads (detection rate about 18/59 [1] [2]) contain the same malicious VBS script [pastebin]. The script tries to download an additional component from one of the following locations:

grlarquitectura.com/Mvgjh67?
grundschulmarkt.com/Mvgjh67?
aldirommestorr887.info/af/Mvgjh67?
grupoegeria.net/Mvgjh67?
gestionale-orbit.it/Mvgjh67?
gdrural.com.au/Mvgjh67?
geocean.co.id/Mvgjh67?
grupoajedrecisticoaleph.com/Mvgjh67?
grupofergus.com.bo/Mvgjh67?
gruppostolfaedilizia.it/Mvgjh67?

You'll note that most of those download locations start with "gr" which indicates that this is just a small subset of hacked servers under the control of the bad guys.

Automated analysis [3] [4] shows a dropped file with a VirusTotal detection rate of 14/64 (probably Locky). Those same analyses show traffic being sent to:

62.109.16.214/imageload.cgi (TheFirst-RU, RU - hostname: gpodlinov.letohost.com)
5.196.99.239/imageload.cgi (Just Hosting, RU - hostname: noproblem.one)

UPDATE:  Several other IPs in the 5.196.99.0/24 range have been used to host malware in the past. I would recommend blocking the entire /24.

Recommended blocklist:
119.28.100.249
62.109.16.214
5.196.99.0/24


Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Malware spam from "Voicemail Service" [pbx@local]

This fake voicemail leads to malware:

Subject:       [PBX]: New message 46 in mailbox 461 from "460GOFEDEX" <8476446077>
From:       "Voicemail Service" [pbx@local]
Date:       Tue, August 22, 2017 10:37 am
To:       "Evelyn Medina"
Priority:       Normal

Dear user:

        just wanted to let you know you were just left a 0:53 long message (number 46)
in mailbox 461 from "460GOFEDEX" <8476446077>, on Tue, 22 Aug 2017 17:37:58 +0800
so you might want to check it when you get a chance.  Thanks!

                                --Voicemail Service

The numbers and details vary from message to message, however the format is always the same. Attached is a RAR file with a name similar to msg0631.rar which contains a malicious script named msg6355.js that looks like this [pastebin]. The script has a VirusTotal detection rate of 14/59.

According to automated analysis [1] [2] the script reaches out to the following URLs:

5.196.99.239/imageload.cgi [5.196.99.239 - OVH, Ireland / Just Hosting, Russia. Hostname: noproblem.one]
garage-fiat.be/jbfr387??qycOuKnvn=qycOuKnvn [91.234.195.48 - Ligne Web Services, France]

A ransomware component is dropped (probably Locky) with a detection rate of 16/64.




Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Malware spam: UK Fuels Collection / "invoices@ebillinvoice.com"

This fake invoice comes with a malicious attachment:

From:    invoices@ebillinvoice.com
Date:    18 July 2017 at 09:37
Subject:    UK Fuels Collection

Velocity
   
   
ACCOUNT NO
******969    
   
Dear CUSTOMER,
Your latest invoice for your fuel card account is now available for you to view online, download or print through our Velocity online management system.

How to view your invoices

Viewing your invoice is easy
1. Log into Velocity at velocityfleet.com
2. Select 'Invoices' from the menu option
3. Select the invoice you wish to view. You can also print or download a copy

We want to ensure we are protecting your information and providing you with a simple, straightforward and secure way to access your account information. Velocity could not be simpler to use, you will not only have access to download all of your invoices, you will also be able to order cards, run reports on transactions and get to view your PIN reminder online.

       
    Your safety is our priority

Please do not reply to this email, it has been sent from an email address that does not accept incoming emails. Velocity will never ask you to supply personal information such as passwords or other security information via email.
   
       
If you are experiencing difficulties in accessing Velocity, please do not hesitate to call us on 0344 880 2468 or email us at admin@groupcustomerservices.com

Thank you for using this service.
Yours sincerely,

UK Fuels Limited Customer Services

   
Spam Policy   |  Customer Services: 0344 880 2468

This email does not come from UK Fuels or Velocity, but is in fact a simple forgery sent from the Necurs botnet.


In the sample I saw there were two attachments, one was a simple text file that looked like this:

Filetype: Microsoft Office Word
Filename: 11969_201727.doc
Creation date: Tue, 18 Jul 2017 14:07:26 +0530
Modification date: Tue, 18 Jul 2017 14:07:26 +0530
To: [redacted]
The secondis a malicious Word document, in this case named 11969_201727.doc. Opening it comes up with a screen asking you to enable active content (not a good idea!). The VirusTotal detection rate is 10/59.

Automated analysis [1] [2] shows that the malicious document downloads a binary from dielandy-garage.de/56evcxv (although there are probably other locations), downloading a file proshuto8.exe which itself has a detection rate of 11/63. Additional automated analysis [3] [4] with the others shows potentialy malicious traffic to:

37.120.182.208 (Netcup, Germany)
186.103.161.204 (Telefonica , Chile)
194.87.235.155 (Mediasoft Ekspert, Russia)
195.2.253.95 (Sphere Ltd, Russia)


Malware delivered in this was is usually ransomware or a banking trojan. UPDATE: this is the Trickbot trojan.

Recommended blocklist:
37.120.182.208
186.103.161.204
194.87.235.155
195.2.253.95




Thursday, 27 April 2017

Malware spam: Royal Mail Grоup / "Delivery attempt fail notice"

This fake Royal Mail email leads to malware.

From: Aretha Stickles [mailto:support@360modshop.com]
Sent: 27 April 2017 12:31
Subject: Delivery attempt fail notice

Dеаr customеr [redacted]

Your pаrcel has been in the post office for a very long time.
You must to receive it it within five days.

TRACKING: RB379949016UK
Expeсted Delivery Dаte: April 21, 2017
Class: Packagе Servicеs
Sеrvicе: Delivery Confirmatiоn
Stаtus: eNote Sent
Tо downloаd thе shipping invоicе, visit the link:

http://www.rоyalmail.cоm/business/services/sending/parcels-uk/3463434535

If you do not take it within the specified time, we will have to return it to the sender.
Please print out an order for your pack and take it at the post office.

Kind Regards,

© Royal Mail Grоup Ltd. 2017. All rights rеsеrved

Despite the link appearing to be from "royalmail.com" it's actually a Google redirector..

https://www.google.com/url?hl=ru&q=http://centregold.org&source=gmail&ust=1493375994142000&usg=AFQjCNHEBmT_B17AS-dHem213ejXdbjNAg#bkfhzzat

This bounces to centregold.org [185.133.40.23 - Krek Ltd, Russia] then a load balancer at rns.tobeylabs.com/tracking/delivery/tracking.php?id=554 [31.148.219.65 - KingServers, Netherlands] then either http://booniff.com/delivery/Pack_9356667UK.zip [216.24.167.58 - Amino Communications, US] or https://purolator.topatlantanursinghomelawyer.com/tracking/parcel/Notification_37352742UK.zip [185.159.80.100 - KingServers, Netherlands].

Note that the name of the .ZIP is generated dynamically, so there is some variation in filenames.

Inside the ZIP files is a malicious script (e.g. Pack_9356667UK.js) which according to Hybrid Analysis then communicates with a website at 31.148.219.208 [the same KingServers /24 as before!] and it drops a file mstsc.exe with VirusTotal detection rate of 11/57.

Recommended blocklist:
31.148.219.0/24
185.133.40.0/24
185.159.80.0/24
216.24.167.58



Monday, 17 April 2017

Malware spam: "RE: RE: ftc refund" / secretary@ftccomplaintassistant.com

This fake FTC email leads to malware. Curiously, it was sent to a company that received a multimillion dollar FTC fine, but this is almost definitely a coincidence.

From:    Federal Trade Commission [secretary@ftccomplaintassistant.com]
Date:    17 April 2017 at 15:25
Subject:    RE: RE: ftc refund


It seems we can claim a refund from the FTC.
Check this out and give me a call.
https://www.ftc.gov/refunds/company/companyname.com/FTC_refund_recipientname.doc
Thank you
James Newman
Senior Accountant
secretary@ftccomplaintassistant.com
212-0061570

The link in the email actually goes to a URL beginning http://thecomplete180.com/view.php?id= followed by a Base 64 encoded string that appears to be 6281 + recipient email address + 5434 (so for president@whitehouse.gov it would be http://thecomplete180.com/view.php?id=NjI4MXByZXNpZGVudEB3aGl0ZWhvdXNlLmdvdjU0MzQ=)

Obviously this downloaded document is up to no good, but the VirusTotal detection rates are only 5/56. The Word document itself tries to persuade victims to enable macros, which would be a bad idea.


Automated analysis [1] [2] shows network traffic to:

wasstalwihis.com/bdk/gate.php
littperevengpa.com/ls5/forum.php
littperevengpa.com/mlu/forum.php
littperevengpa.com/d1/about.php
hybridinformatica.com.br/blog/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/a1
hybridinformatica.com.br/blog/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/1
hybridinformatica.com.br/blog/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/inc/2


It also appears to start sending traffic via Tor, which is a good reason to monitor Tor on your network. All sorts of files are dropped, most of which don't seem to be particularly malicious. "Gate.php" indicates a Pony downloader, but this does look like a tricky bugger.

Out of the domains contacted, littperevengpa.com and wasstalwihis.com shared the same registrant details and look fairly evil. We can associate the same registrant with the following domains:

soinwarep.com
ronwronsednot.com
withwasnothar.com
dingandrinfe.com
troverylit.com
derby-au.com
utonerutoft.com
situghlacsof.com
tinjecofsand.com
fortotrolhec.com
fydoratot.com
redwronwassdo.com
ronkeddari.com
littperevengpa.com
suranfortrep.com
newbillingplace.com
usps-daily-delivery.com
ringcentral-fax-inbox.com
wassheckgehan.com
wasstalwihis.com
meredondidn.com
satertdiut.com
vernothesled.com
veuntedund.com
ranwithtorsdo.com
notwipaar.com
dintrogela.com
adp-monthly-billling.com
rigakeddo.com
random-billing.com
hetoftinbut.com
hemlittratdidn.com

Perhaps more usefully, we can associate that registrant with the following IPs:

178.170.189.254 [hostname: nejokexulag.example.com] (Servachok Ltd, Russia)
185.146.1.4 (PS Internet Company LLC, Kazakhstan)
185.48.56.63 (Sinarohost, Netherlands)
185.80.53.76 (HZ Hosting, Bulgaria)
188.127.237.232 (SmartApe, Russia)
193.105.240.2 (Sia Vps Hosting, Latvia)
194.1.239.63 [hostname: nejokexulag.example.com] (Internet Hosting Ltd, Russia)
195.54.163.94 (PE Dobrogivskiy Muroslav Petrovich, Ukraine)
212.116.113.108 (Prometey Ltd, Russia)
46.148.26.87 [hostname: nejokexulag.infium.net] (Infium UAB, Ukraine)
47.90.202.88 (Alibaba.com, China)
77.246.149.100 [hostname: nejokexulag.e-vds.ru] (E-planet Ltd, Russia)
87.118.126.207 (Keyweb AG, Germany)
88.214.236.158 (Overoptic Systems, Russia)
91.230.211.67 [hostname: nejokexulag.freeopti.ru] (Optibit LLC, Russia)
93.189.43.36 (NTCOM, Russia)

This gives us a pretty useful minimum blocklist:

178.170.189.254
185.146.1.4
185.48.56.63
185.80.53.76
188.127.237.232
193.105.240.2
194.1.239.63
195.54.163.94
212.116.113.108
46.148.26.87
47.90.202.88
77.246.149.100
87.118.126.207
88.214.236.158
91.230.211.67
93.189.43.36




Thursday, 19 January 2017

Malware spam: "The Insolvency Service" / "Investigations Inquiry Notification" / chucktowncheckin.com / chapelnash.com

This malware spam in unusual in many respects. The payload may be some sort of ransomware [UPDATE: this appears to be Cerber].

From: The Insolvency Service [mailto:service@chucktowncheckin.com]
Sent: 19 January 2017 12:22
Subject: EGY 318NHAR12 - Investigations Inquiry Notification



Company Investigations Inquiry
Informing You that we have received appeal regarding your company which indicates corporate misconduct.
Your Inquiry Number: 84725UPTN583
As part of this occasion we have made our own background investigation and if it occurs to be in the public interest, we can apply to the court to wind up the company and stop it trading.
Also if the performance of the director(s) who run the company is questionable enough, we can commence proceedings to disqualify them from governing a limited company for a time span up to 15 years.
FURTHER CASE DATA
The investigation can give us information that we can transmit to another regulatory body that has more suitable powers to deal with any concerns the investigation uncovers.
Help Cookies Contact Terms and conditions Rhestr o Wasanaethau Cymraeg
Built by the Government Digital Service
All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated   
© Crown copyright

Sample subjects are:

LSV 354EMPU31 -  Investigations Inquiry Reminder
JXI 647TESR39 -  Investigations Inquiry Reminder
SHV 622WYXP68 -  Investigations Inquiry Notice
QPY 661APWZ41 -  Investigations Inquiry Notice
FHF 338SYBV85 -  Investigations Inquiry Notice
EGY 318NHAR12 -  Investigations Inquiry Notification
IZJ 296CNWP92 -  Investigations Inquiry Notice

All the senders I have seen come from the chucktowncheckin.com domain. Furthermore, all of the sending servers are in the same /24:

194.87.216.87
194.87.216.62
194.87.216.40
194.87.216.43
194.87.216.3
194.87.216.7
194.87.216.80

All the servers have names like kvm42.chapelnash.com in a network block controlled by Reg.ru in Russia.

The link in the email goes to some hacked WordPress site or other, then ends up on a subdomain of uk-insolvencydirect.com e.g. 2vo4.uk-insolvencydirect.com/sending_data/in_cgi/bbwp/cases/Inquiry.php - this is a pretty convincing looking page spoofing the UK government, asking for a CAPTCHA to download the files:


Entering the CAPTCHA downloads a ZIP file (e.g. 3d6Zy.zip) containing a malicious Javascript (e.g. Inquiry Details.js) that looks like this [Pastebin].

Hybrid Analysis of the script is rather interesting, not least because it performs NSLOOKUPs against OpenDNS servers (which is a really weird thing to do give that OpenDNS is a security tool).

The script downloads a component from www.studiolegaleabbruzzese.com/wp-content/plugins/urxwhbnw3ez/flight_4832.pdf and then drops an EXE with an MD5 of e403129a69b5dcfff95362738ce8f241 and a detection rate of 5/53.

Narrowing the Hybrid Analysis down to just the dropped EXE, we can see these peculiar OpenDNS requests as the malware tries to reach out to:

soumakereceivedthiswith.ru (176.98.52.157 - FLP Sidorenko Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, Russia)
sectionpermiathefor.ru (151.0.42.255 - Online Technologies, Ukraine)
programuserandussource.ru (does not resolve)
maytermsmodiall.ru (does not resolve)

It isn't exactly clear what the malware does, but you can bet it is Nothing Good™.

I recommend that you block email traffic from:

194.87.216.0/24

and block web traffic to

uk-insolvencydirect.com
studiolegaleabbruzzese.com
176.98.52.157
151.0.42.255



Monday, 19 December 2016

Malware spam: "Payslip for the month Dec 2016." leads to Locky

This fake financial spam leads to Locky ransomware:

From:    PATRICA GROVES
Date:    19 December 2016 at 10:12
Subject:    Payslip for the month Dec 2016.

Dear customer,

We are sending your payslip for the month Dec 2016 as an attachment with this mail.

Note: This is an auto-generated mail. Please do not reply.
The name of the sender will vary. Attached is a malicious Word document with a name like Payslip_Dec_2016_6946345.doc which has a VirusTotal detection rate of 12/55.

This Hybrid Analysis clearly shows Locky ransomware in action when the document is opened.

According to my usual reliable source, the various versions of this download a component from one of the following locations:

023pc.cn/8hrnv3
aguamineralsantacruz.com.br/8hrnv3
allard-g.be/8hrnv3
as-kanal-rohrreinigung.de/8hrnv3
aspecta-aso.net/8hrnv3
audehd.com/8hrnv3
audreyetsteve.fr/8hrnv3
baugildealtmark.de/8hrnv3
berstetaler.de/8hrnv3
birdhausdesign.com/8hrnv3
bperes.com.br/8hrnv3
brainfreezeapp.com/8hrnv3
delreywindows.com/8hrnv3
democracyandsecurity.org/8hrnv3
factoryfreeapparel.com/8hrnv3
garosero5.com/8hrnv3
globaser3000.com/8hrnv3
grafiquesvaros.com/8hrnv3
routerpanyoso.50webs.com/8hrnv3
skyers.awardspace.com/8hrnv3
www.andmax-rehabilitacja.pl/8hrnv3
www.bandhiga.com/8hrnv3
www.clinicafisiosan.com/8hrnv3
www.de-klinker.be/8hrnv3
www.foyerstg.pro/8hrnv3
www.globalchristiantrust.com/8hrnv3
www.neumayr-alkoven.com/8hrnv3
zimbabweaids.awardspace.com/8hrnv3

The malware then phones home to one of the following locations:

176.121.14.95/checkupdate (Rinet LLC, Ukraine)
193.201.225.124/checkupdate (PE Tetyana Mysyk, Ukraine)
188.127.237.76/checkupdate (SmartApe, Russia)
46.148.26.82/checkupdate (Infium, Latvia / Ukraine)


A DLL is dropped with a detection rate of 12/52.

Recommended blocklist:
176.121.14.95
193.201.225.124
188.127.237.76
46.148.26.82



Thursday, 15 December 2016

Malware spam: "Amount Payable" leads to Locky

This fake financial spam leads to Locky ransomware:

From:    Lynn Drake
Date:    15 December 2016 at 09:55
Subject:    Amount Payable

Dear [redacted],
The amount payable has come to $38.29. All details are in the attachment.
Please open the file when possible.


-
Best Regards,
Lynn Drake
The name of the sender will vary, although the dollar amount seems consistent in all the samples I have seen. Attached is a file with a name similar to doc_6937209.zip which contains an apparently randomly-named script in a format similar to ~_ZJR8WZ_~.js. The highly obfuscated script of one sample can be seen here. Typical detection rates for the script are around 16/54.

There are many different scripts, downloading a component from one of the following locations (thanks to my usual reliable source):

0668.com/k5bhgn
250sb.com./jynvmx
addwords.com.tr/aah6qmhv
anti-dust.ru/7k6cp
asdream.pl/gbbs1c
atio.li/exjik
bappeda.dharmasrayakab.go.id/dlhalychp
braindouble.com/uycx51ix
buhoutserts.ru/ufdazc6vv
casino-okinawa.com/ejguf
catherineduret.ch/5qpqi5ezp
chinaxw.org/xw1ju7y6zc
chungcuvinhomemydinh.com/6dvjasf
crolic88.myjino.ru/1ddig
demo.shispare.com/bvsjq
environment.ae/0od5hn
forbrent.com/h9kqgq
fyd123.cn/kib6h2d9ga
groupeelectrogeneservice.com/eefpeywf9z
hedefosgb.com/dpyzsb6u
hlonline.kentucky.com/i7z78
innercityarts.squaremdesign.com/dyo1w7
jianhu365.com/z9puqdj2eu
malamut.org/gizb2zq
obaloco.com.br/67mfj
peopleprofit.in/pyihdg
roman64.humlak.cz/7bnisgf
rulebraker.ru/zsw4cnf9o
scaune.qmagazin.ro/5hktu4h
slankmethode.nl/4zzq1am
subys.com/mjguriv80
szwanrong.com/x5qxzpjsi
tecnomundo.uy/a8rnlgzv
test1.giaiphaponline.org/0ytdjs1
test.sousouyo.com/feaetpnuee
theamericanwake.com/xw1ju7y6zc
travelinsider.com.au/mwaefb4b
trietlong.net/heyus
tx318.com/kqe4ca
ucbus.net/usdxqqt6
u-niwon.com/kmjg6j9ske
vaaren.dk/ogcz6ys0d
viscarci.com/wyqs6353
walkonwheels.net.au/qmd1uu
wdcd999.com/lm5z2snyqn
web-shuttle.in/eeo9oc
windshieldrepairvancouver.ca/qcp8k7
wiselysoft.com/qcymgbug7
wszystkodokuchni.pl/sl5yko7
wudiai.com/mc3hnwd
www.espansioneimmobiliare.com/akktnck
www.myboatplans.net/6d7ukeco6
wx.utaidu.com/1eybujbru
xlr8services.com/n970foumf
xn--k1affefe.xn--p1ai/8wzzjk24u
youspeak.pt/liowrtxs
yukngobrol.com/h7sfu
zhiyuw.com/qfbdcvrul
zwljfc.com/ld1pvjozu
zzzort10xtest123.com/nin5k3bwo

According to this Malwr analysis, a DLL is dropped with a detection rate of 18/55.  This Hybrid Analysis shows the Locky infection clearly and identifies some C2s, combining this with another source gives the following list of C2 servers:

86.110.117.155/checkupdate (Rustelekom, Russia)
185.129.148.56/checkupdate (MWTV, Latvia)
185.17.120.166/checkupdate (Rustelekom, Russia)


MWTV is a known bad host, so I recommend blocking the entire /24.

Recommended blocklist:
86.110.117.155
185.129.148.0/24
185.17.120.166


Monday, 12 December 2016

Malware spam: "Invoice number: 947781" leads to Locky

This fake financial spam comes from multiple senders and leads to Locky ransomware:


From:    AUTUMN RHINES
Date:    12 December 2016 at 10:40
Subject:    Invoice number: 947781

Please find attached a copy of your invoice.


Tel: 0800 170 7234
Fax: 0161 850 0404

For all your stationery needs please visit Stationerybase.
The name of the sender varies, as does the fake invoice number. Attached is a .DOCM file with a filename matching that invoice number. Typical detection rates for the DOCM file are 13/56.

Automated analysis of a couple of these files [1] [2] [3] [4] show the macro downloading a component from miel-maroc.com/874ghv3  (there are probably many more locations). A DLL is dropped with a current detection rate of 11/57.

All those analyses indicate that this is Locky ransomware (Osiris variant), phoning home to:

176.121.14.95/checkupdate (Rinet LLC, Ukraine)
88.214.236.218/checkupdate (Overoptic Systems, UK / Russia)
91.219.31.14/checkupdate (FLP Kochenov Aleksej Vladislavovich aka uadomen.com, Ukraine)


Recommended blocklist:
176.121.14.95
88.214.236.218
91.219.31.14




Friday, 9 December 2016

Malware spam: "Firewall Software" leads to Locky

This spam appears to come from multiple senders and leads to Locky ransomware:

From:    Herman Middleton
Date:    9 December 2016 at 07:40
Subject:    Firewall Software

Hey [redacted], it is Herman. You've asked me to order new firewall software for our office computers.
Done and ready. Here, in the attachment, is the full invoice of the software counteragent.

Please check it out.


--
King Regards,
Herman Middleton
IT Support Manager
Attached is a ZIP file with a name like f_license_5330349.zip which contains a randomly named .js script which is very highly obfuscated.

The Hybrid Analysis and Malwr report show that the script analysed downloads a component from welte.pl/mupze (there will probably be dozens of other locations) and appears to drop a DLL with a detection rate of 4/56. That Hybrid Analysis also detections C2 traffic to:

107.181.187.97/checkupdate [hostname: saluk1.example.com] (Total Server Solutions, US)
51.254.141.213/checkupdate (OVH, France)


It's worth mentioning perhaps that other Locky C2 servers seen in the past 12 hours are as follows:

91.142.90.46/checkupdate [hostname: mrn46.powerfulsecurities.com] (Miran, Russia)
195.123.209.23/checkupdate [hostame: prujio.com] (Layer6, Latvia)
185.127.24.247/checkupdate [hostname: free.example.com] (Informtehtrans, Russia)
176.121.14.95/checkupdate (Rinet LLC, Ukraine)
185.46.11.236/checkupdate (Agava, Russia)
178.159.42.248/checkupdate (Dunaevskiy Denis Leonidovich / Zomro, Ukraine)


Although some of these are from different sub-groups of Locky pushers, let's stick them all together for the sake of convenience. Note that there are a at least a couple of bad /24 blocks in there.

Recommended blocklist:
51.254.141.213
91.142.90.46
107.181.187.97
176.121.14.95
178.159.42.248
185.46.11.0/24
185.127.24.247
195.123.209.0/24


Monday, 5 December 2016

Malware spam: "Shipping status changed for your parcel # 1996466" / ups@ups-service.com

This fake UPS spam has a malicious attachment:

From:    UPS Quantum View [ups@ups-service.com]
Date:    5 December 2016 at 17:38
Subject:    Shipping status changed for your parcel # 1996466

Your parcel has arrived, but we were unable to successfully deliver it because no person was present at the destination address.

There must be someone present at the destination address, on the delivery day, to receive the parcel.

Shipping type: UPS 3 Day Select
Box size: UPS EXPRESS BOX
Date : Nov 14th 2016
You can reschedule the delivery over the phone, but you will have to confirm the information on the delivery invoice.

The delivery invoice  can be downloaded from our website :
https://wwwapps.ups.com/WebTracking/view_invoice?id=1996466&delivery_date=1204&account=[redacted]

 
Thank you for shipping with UPS

Copyright © 1994-2016 United Parcel Service of America, Inc. All rights reserved.
The link in the email actually goes to a URL vantaiduonganh.vn/api/get.php?id= plus a Base 64 encoded part of the URL (e.g. aGVscGRlc2tAZmJpLmdvdg==) and it downloads a Word document with the recipients email address included in it. This type of malware is typically seen using hacked but legitimate Vietnamese sites for this stage in the infection chain.

This DOC file contains a malicious macro, the Malwr report indicates that it downloads components from:

parkovka-rostov.ru/inst.exe
stela-krasnodar.ru/wp-content/uploads/pm22.dll

Those two locations are legitimate hacked sites. This has a detection rate of 7/56 plus a DLL with a detetion rate of 37/56. The malware appears to be Hancitor / Pony / Vawtrak, phoning home to:

cothenperci.ru/borjomi/gate.php
madingtoftling.com/ls5/forum.php


Both of these are hosted on the same IP address of 185.31.160.11 (Planetahost, Russia). The following malicious domains are also hosted on the same IP:

atiline.ru
vkplitka.ru
teunugtin.ru
cyrebsedri.ru
verarsedme.ru
cothenperci.ru
undorrophan.ru
verciherthan.ru
cypegeding.com
ferabrighrob.com
nastylgilast.com
madingtoftling.com


Recommended blocklist:
185.31.160.11
parkovka-rostov.ru
stela-krasnodar.ru


Malware spam: "Please Consider This" leads to Locky

This fake financial spam leads to malware:

From:    Aimee Guy
Date:    5 December 2016 at 13:32
Subject:    Please Consider This

Dear [redacted],

Our accountants have noticed a mistake in the payment bill #DEC-5956047.
The full information regarding the mistake, and further recommendations are in the attached document.

Please confirm the amount and let us know if you have any questions.

Attached is a ZIP file with a name somewhat matching the reference in the email, containing a malicious VBS script with a filename made up in part of the date.

The scripts download another component from one of the following locations, according to my usual reliable source:

admin3.rtaf.mi.th/8765r
buhoutserts.ru/8765r
chanet.jp/8765r
guardian-angels-diva.de/8765r
haibeiwuliu.com/8765r
hzxihe.com/8765r
linghangcj.com/8765r
markettv.ro/8765r
maycongtrinhduylong.com/8765r
natashacollis.com/8765r
ruifengweb.com/8765r
rulebraker.ru/8765r
szwanrong.com/8765r
temai1.com/8765r
travelinsider.com.au/8765r
tx318.com/8765r
ucbus.net/8765r
u-niwon.com/8765r
valuationssa.com.au/8765r
vipseal.de/8765r
viscarci.com/8765r
wdcd999.com/8765r
wiky.net/8765r
windshieldrepairvancouver.ca/8765r
wiselysoft.com/8765r
wishingwellhosting.com.au/8765r
wszystkodokuchni.pl/8765r
wudiai.com/8765r
xlr8services.com/8765r
xn--pasaer-spb.pl/8765r
youspeak.pt/8765r
zhiyuw.com/8765r
zwljfc.com/8765r

It drops a payload with an MD5 of 529789f27eb971ff822989a5247474ce and a current detection rate of just 1/54. The malware then phones home to the following locations:

91.142.90.61/information.cgi [hostname: smtp-server1.ru] (Miran, Russia)
195.19.192.99/information.cgi (EkaComp, Russia)


These IPs were also used in this earlier attack.

Recommended blocklist:
185.82.217.28
91.142.90.61
195.19.192.99


Malware spam: "Emailing: _9376_924272" / "No subject" leads to ".osiris" Locky.

This spam comes in a few different variants, and it leads to Locky ransomware encrypting files with an extension ".osiris"

The more word version comes from random senders with a subject like _9376_924272 or some other randomly-numbered sequence. Attacked to that is an XLS file of the same name and it includes this body text:

Your message is ready to be sent with the following file or link
attachments:

  _9376_924272


Note: To protect against computer viruses, e-mail programs may prevent
sending or receiving certain types of file attachments.  Check your e-mail
security settings to determine how attachments are handled.
The second version has no body text and the subject No subject or (No subject). The XLS file is named in a format incorporating the date, e.g. 2016120517082126121298.xls

The macro in the malicious Excel file downloads a component from on of the following locations (according to my usual reliable source):

aetech-solutions.com/87t34f
analypia.com/87t34f
angiebundy.com/87t34f
antelope.co.uk/87t34f
cafe-bg.com/87t34f
dachbud.slask.pl/87t34f
davetoll.com/87t34f
dcareug.com/87t34f
deminico.com/87t34f
griptrix.com/87t34f
kamico.net/87t34f
kelbud.pl/87t34f
ktlelektro.cz/87t34f
laferwear.com/87t34f
masterstudio.org/87t34f
milano.koscian.pl/87t34f
paradiseinfiji.com/87t34f
rongdaistudio.com/87t34f
rsaf.cz/87t34f
sevenseas.lk/87t34f
soulscooter.com/87t34f
sparky.com/87t34f
ssivendorinformation.com/87t34f
sublimeshop.co.uk/87t34f
subys.com/87t34f
tppsk.marcinczaja.pl/87t34f
tybor.hu/87t34f
waat.co.uk/87t34f
www.riojadental.com/87t34f
www.stavros.ca/87t34f
zealcon.com/87t34f

You can see some of the things done in these two Malwr reports [1] [2]. The Locky ransomware dropped then phones home to one of the following locations:

185.82.217.28/checkupdate [hostname: olezhkakovtony11.example.com] (ITL, Bulgaria)
91.142.90.61/checkupdate (Miran, Russia)
195.19.192.99/checkupdate (OOO EkaComp, Russia)


Recommended blocklist:
185.82.217.28
91.142.90.61
195.19.192.99




Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Malware spam: "Please find attached a XLS Invoice 378296" / creditcontrol@somecompany.com / Ansell Lighting

This fake financial spam comes with a malicious attachment, purporting to come from Ansell Lighting:

Subject:     Please find attached a XLS Invoice 378296
From:     creditcontrol@potomachealthcare.com (creditcontrol@potomachealthcare.com)
Date:     Tuesday, 29 November 2016, 10:32

The original message was not completely plain text, and may be unsafe to
open with some email clients; in particular, it may contain a virus,
or confirm that your address can receive spam.  If you wish to view
it, it may be safer to save it to a file and open it with an editor.

Please find attached your Invoice for Goods/Services recently delivered. If you have any questions, then pleasedo not hesitate in contacting us.Karen Lightfoot -Credit Controller, Ansell Lighting, Unit 6B, Stonecross Industrial Park, Yew Tree Way, WA3 3JD. Tel: +44 (0)5216 154 830 Fax: +44 (0)5216 154 830

The email comes from a random creditcontrol@something email address. Attached is a malicious Excel file with a name such as INVOICE.TAM_378296_20161129_886C9EAB6.xls.

My usual reliable source says that the various versions of Excel spreadsheet download a component form one of the following locations:

ayurvedic.by/087gbdv4
pregnancysquare.com/087gbdv4
qiqi-store.com/087gbdv4
roberttrocina.com/087gbdv4
satherm.pt/087gbdv4
sayvir.com/087gbdv4
secotral.fr/087gbdv4
semeystvo.com.ua/087gbdv4
spookmedia.nl/087gbdv4
sp-tulun.ru/087gbdv4
stocktradex.com/087gbdv4
swkitchens.com.au/087gbdv4
thegarageteam.gr/087gbdv4
tyfastener.com/087gbdv4

The Hybrid Analysis shows that this is Locky ransomware, phoning home to:

185.115.140.210/information.cgi [hostname: nikita.grachev.81.example.com] (Megaserver LLC, Russia)
213.32.90.193/information.cgi [hostname:  sbg.13.vds.abcvg.ovh] (OVH, France)
95.213.195.123/information.cgi (Selectel SPb, Russia)


A DLL is dropped with an MD5 of b46f0fcb0f962f41b5b43725b440dabb and a VirusTotal detection rate of 11/57.

Recommended blocklist:
185.115.140.210
213.32.90.193
95.213.195.123