Spam and phishing mail

More spam in Dutch

After blogging about Dutch language spam last week, we’ve seen more of it yesterday.

The criminals sent out almost the exact same messages that we saw last time, with the same subjects: a girl called Polina looking for a friend and a nuclear accident in Amsterdam. The only differences are that the date of the ‘nuclear accident’ has been changed, and the spam was sent on a much larger scale.

Once again, the attachment is a new Zbot variant, which we detect as Trojan-Spy.Win32.Zbot.di.

More spam in Dutch

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