2013 September 4 14:32 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID6998) may contain the following files:
The Statement.exe file attachment has a file size of 629,375 bytes. The MD5 checksum, which is a unique identifier of the executable, is the following string: 0xA98B1E25E7232CE9F700BF168D0603B2
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: Standard Bank
> Message Body:
> Account Security Update
Your Standard Bank account statement is ready. Download the attachment to view your account statement. Our consultants are available between 8am and 9pm on weekdays, and 8am and 4pm on weekends and public holidays.
The Internet banking Team
Copyright Standard Bank. All rights reserved.
Standard Bank of South Africa Limited (Reg. No. 1962/000738/06). Authorised financial services provider. Registered credit provider (NCRCP15).
Disclaimer and confidentiality note:
Everything in this email and any attachments relating to the official business of Standard Bank Group Limited is proprietary to the group.
It is confidential, legally privileged and protected by law. Standard Bank does not own and endorse any other content.
The person addressed in the email is the sole authorised recipient.
Please notify the sender immediately if it has unintentionally reached you and do not read disclose or use the content in any way.
Standard Bank cannot assume that the integrity of this communication has been maintained nor that it is free of errors, virus, interception or interference.
Standard Bank email disclaimer and confidentiality note
Please go to http://www.standardbank.co.za/site/homepage/emaildisclaimer.html to read our email disclaimer and confidentiality note. Kindly email email@example.com (no content or subject line necessary) if you cannot view that page and we will email our email disclaimer and confidentiality note to you.
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