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[…] the file is a JavaScript.  But, if the JavaScript file is opened, it may download and install a version of the Dridex trojan.  Once installed, the trojan can harvest online banking credentials and other sensitive personal […]

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[…] spam campaigns delivering these attachments range from blank emails pretending to deliver a business cards and fake “order status” emails, to bank-related and […]

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[…] spam campaigns delivering these attachments range from blank emails pretending to deliver a business cards and fake “order status” emails, to bank-related and […]

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