• img March 06, 2018

Cryptocurrency-stealing malware relies on victims copy-pasting wallet info

An unconventional email spam campaign has been delivering unusual cryptocurrency-stealing malware to American and Japanese users. The emails are sporting “Re: passport..” in the subject line and are trying to trick targets into opening an attached file, which supposedly contains a scanned copy of a passport the recipient has possibly left in the senders’ office. Opening the file will not show the scanned image, but potential victims will be asked to open another file embedded … More


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