Unable to deliver your item, #00000620676 online fraud

by Bruce Brown | 0 comment

More online fraud.  Here is a fake fedex email that attempts to deliver you an attachment with malware.  If you get the email do NOT open the attachment and do NOT respond.

FedEx International Ground <clifford.barron@cio.posluh.hr>

Dear UserName,

Your parcel has arrived at March 14. Courier was unable to deliver the parcel to you.
You can review complete details of your order in the find attached.

Yours trully,
Clifford Barron,
FedEx Station Agent.

The attachment has the following malware:

Antivirus Result Update
Microsoft TrojanDownloader:JS/Nemucod.P 20150405
NANO-Antivirus Trojan.Script.Heuristic-js.iacgm 20150405
Kaspersky Trojan-Downloader.JS.Agent.hdu 20150405
Sophos Troj/Dloadr-DXL 20150405
AVware Malware.JS.Generic (JS) 20150405
VIPRE Malware.JS.Generic (JS) 20150405
Emsisoft JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI (B) 20150405
ALYac JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150405
Ad-Aware JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150405
BitDefender JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150405
F-Secure JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150405
GData JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150405
MicroWorld-eScan JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150405
nProtect JS:Trojan.Crypt.NI 20150404
Avast JS:Decode-CAC [Trj] 20150405
ESET-NOD32 JS/TrojanDownloader.Nemucod.AF 20150405
Fortinet JS/Nemucod.AF!tr 20150405
McAfee JS/Downloader.gen.d 20150405
McAfee-GW-Edition JS/Downloader.gen.d 20150405
CAT-QuickHeal JS.Downloader.B 20150404
Comodo Heur.Dual.Extensions 20150405
AVG FakeAlert 20150405

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