2014 May 16 13:47 GMT
2014 May 19 13:17 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID9997 and RuleID9997KVR) may contain the following files:
The tompmcmeekan.exe in the tompmcmeekan.zip file has a file size of 231,936 bytes. The MD5 checksum, which is a unique identifier of the executable, is the following string: 0xF6D98F7BF217B1F9E574DFEAD2E83A9F
The tntcarlo.exe file in the tntcarlo.zip attachment has a file size of 232,960 bytes. The MD5 checksum is the following string: 0x4F8817EFA9ED7D055833D43FE83A22A8
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: Greetings , your Facebook login name is blocked. 67446
In the past months, our network has been hacked so we ask you to download the attached program. It will generate a safe connection to our servers so your pc can be secure.
You need to type the following keyword : tompmcmeekan7
Facebook is trying to warn all of our users in no time but we have moderate emailing resources. We would be very thankful if you would transmit the attached app to your friends and family ASAP.
NOTICE that this utility is only accessible with a PC
> Message Body:
In the past months, our network has been hacked so we urge you to download the attached utility. This will generate a safe connection to our network so your computer will be secure.
Please use the following key : tntcarlo5
Facebook is trying to reach all our users immediately but our email capacity are moderate. Our network will be very appreciative if you will send the attached utility to your friends and family urgently.
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