TOKYO (MacHouse) – A week ago, we first reported that an organized cyber criminal group circulated a suspicious spam message, pretending that it originated from United Parcel Service (UPS). It has turned out that the zip archive that comes as an attachment file contains a malicious executable program.
Just some 30 minutes ago, an organized cyber criminal group, perhaps the same one as before, circulated a similar suspicious message. This e-mail message is brief and titled UPS Delivery Problem NR.3867666. The sender’s name and address appear as
Postal Manager Dario Walden
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As shown in the screenshot above, the spam message also comes with a suspicious attachment, which does look like containing an executable program again. Although the domain of the return address is shown as goodyear.com, it appears that the spam message actually originates from mpowercom.net.
If you have received a copy, you know what to do. Just trash it away.