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Friday 11 December 2015

Malware spam: "Invoice #66626337/BA2DEB0F" leads to Teslacrypt

I have only seen one sample of this fake invoice spam, so it is possible that the invoice references and sender names are randomly generated.

From:    Jarvis Miranda
Date:    11 December 2015 at 08:25
Subject:    Invoice #66626337/BA2DEB0F

Dear Client,

Our finance department has processed your payment, unfortunately it has been declined.
Please, double check the information provided in the invoice down below and confirm your details.

Thank you for understanding.
In the sample I saw, the attached file was named SCAN_invoice_66626337.zip which contained a malicious javascript [pastebin] with a VirusTotal detection rate of 5/54. When deobfuscated it becomes a bit clearer that it is trying to download a binary from:


This behaviour can be seen in these automated reports [1] [2]. The downloaded executable has a detection rate of 6/55 and an MD5 of 56214f61a768c64e003b68bae7d67cd2. This Malwr report gives a clearer indication of what the binary is doing, attempting to pull information from:


The screenshots indicate clearly that this is ransomware, specifically Teslacrypt.

Note that the soft2webextrain.com domain is on the same server as softextrain64.com seen yesterday, so (CloudSol LLC, Russia) can be considered to be malicious.

I didn't spot originally that the "soft2webextrain.com" website is multhomed with another IP address on which is an OVH IP allocated to a customer "Dmitry Shestakov" an which forms a small block of which is probably also worth blocking.

I made an error with one of the IP addresses and specified and it should have been

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