2014 January 28 21:09 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID8649) may contain the following files:
The_ minanogawa.exe_ file in the minanogawa.zip attachment has a file size of 155,648 bytes. The MD5 checksum, which is a unique identifier of the executable, is the following string: 0x771EF30D70486374D4065E5F9F852A93
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Message Body:
There is a big reward offered for arresting the person connected to Paul Walker's mortal accident, as new footage offered by Los Angeles PD disclosed that a different car was involved. The film clearly shows a different white Dodge Viper SRT that was racing side by side with the red Carrera Walker was sitting in.
Sadly the other car had phony plates, and this took the detectives to a dead end. We have here a picture of the driver of the Dodge Viper! Anyone who has seen this person, is urgently requested to call 1-877-ASK-LAPD (1-877-275-5273) or 911. As soon as we receive enough data concerning the driver, we will reveal the whole truth about the crash.
Walker's relatives asked for silence about this tip and before we find the Viper SRT driver, we cannot divulge it.
A big reward is offered for any lead anyone can get concerning the Viper SRT driver that produced the red Porsche CarreraGT to smash and kill Paul Walker and his companion.
Again here is a photograph of the driver of the Dodge Viper!
IMPORTANT: you will only be able to read the picture by using a Windows OS
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