2013 November 4 20:39 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID7715) may contain the following files:
> TT SLIP.rar
The products.exe file in the TT SLIP.rar attachment has a file size of 1,171,058 bytes. The MD5 checksum, which is a unique identifier of the executable, is the following string: 0x3CBCD603E58B099069F816682C16E67B
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: Fwd:
This message is about a multi million pound inheritance you may be due.
We know it may come to you as a shock, however we write in relation to your relative Mr. Kelvin Haylen, who died on 22nd of August 2006 when a Russian plane he was traveling on crashed in Ukraine.
Since you may not know him personally, he was until his death a director of oil company and amassed a huge fortune that has remained unclaimed since his death.
It's been difficult finding a relative of late Mr. Haylen as he was an only child and never married. If you are interested in collecting your inheritance, get back to me promptly so we can start the paper work of transferring his estate to you promptly.
The transfer process should take just a matter of days as we have already started the probate process.
Please accept our sympathy at your loss as we hope to work with you to transfer the estate to you as quickly as possible.
Note that our services does not cost you a cent upfront as we are paid 10% of the estate we help you recover at the end of the service.
We await your response.
Mr. Tom Galand
Bentley Genealogical Investigators
Message ID: 666725
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