2013 September 23 15:01 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID7170) may contain the following files:
The productlistandcatalogue530.exe file in the productlistandcatalogue530.zip attachment has a file size of 200,704 bytes. The MD5 checksum, which is a unique identifier of the executable, is the following string: 0xE9DC5A03040EDCC6DF33D975637EBE79
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: Inquiry,
How are you doing?
I am Ms. Alica Andre, the Purchasing Manager for Starts Trade Co., Ltd After we through your company your product displayed on the web, we are satisfied with your company products and specifications and we would like to go into business relationship with you.
Our management has met over your product, if your company can get up to our country standard, We have listed our Company Information and have uploaded our product list and catalog attach to this message and including our order specifications and their quantities.
Do email me as soon as you possibly the following products list.
MOQ of your product
I will appreciate you send us your final price quotation once you check the attachment file , our management can still get other quotation from other company, so I want our company to buy and do business with you.
Ms. Alica Andre.
Starts Trade Co., Ltd
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