Facebook You Send New Photo – Fake PDF Malware

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You send new photo pretending to be from Facebook is another one from the current Androm bot runs which try to drop cryptolocker, ransomware and loads of other malware on your computer. They are using email addresses and subjects that will entice a user to read the email and open the attachment.

Almost all of these have a password stealing component, with the aim of stealing your email or FTP ( web space) log in credentials. Many of them are also designed to specifically steal your facebook and other social network log in details.

This campaign follows on from other similar attempts to infiltrate your computer using Facebook as a theme Facebook Kim sent You private Photo Archive , Facebook you have 1 message – fake PDF malware, Mohammad Larsen wants to be friends with you on Facebook – Malware and this very recent spam run Fake Facebook Messages

Please read our How to protect yourselves page for simple, sensible advice on how to avoid being infected by this sort of socially engineered malware.

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Hello,I send you me new photo please check Attach.Anna write: "Send
you me private photo)”Please check attach or click here
Reply to this email to comment on this status.Check attachment

Facebook You send new photo

27 March 2021 DCIM_IMAGEForYou.rar (40kb) Extracts to DCIM_IMAGEForYou.scr Current Virus total detections: 1/51 MALWR Auto Analysis:

This You send new photo is another one of the spoofed icon files that unless you have “show known file extensions enabled“, will look like a proper PDF file instead of the .exe file it really is, so making it much more likely for you to accidentally open it and be infected.

All of these emails use Social engineering tricks to persuade you to open the attachments that come with the email. Whether it is a message saying “look at this picture of me I took last night” and it appears to come from a friend or is more targeted at somebody who regularly is likely to receive PDF attachments or Word .doc attachments or any other common file that you use every day. Be very careful when unzipping them and make sure you have “show known file extensions enabled“, And then look carefully at the unzipped file. If it says .EXE then it is a problem and should not be run or opened.

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