2015 August 3 14:36 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID17087 and RuleID17087KVR) may contain the following files:
Name | Size in Bytes | MD5 Checksum
check_with_explanation_vrB057wB.zip / cheque_with_description.exe
cheque_and_reason of the return_TAMGkyfy.zip / check_with_explanation.exe | 126,976 | 0xE3720AF4DDBEB96B898C19B4C5D94D86
cheque_and_reason of the return_IEIB4Mnx.zip / check_and_explanation.exe
| 126,976 | 0xE6A5CE6EA1982416D0F843FFCF07102E
cheque_and_description_vvzDBqY3.zip / cheque_with_description.exe | 126,976 | 0xCF0FA8BD574978880E46A825AFB6C95F
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: Your cheque has been given back
I enclose a check which has been returned unpaid for occasions caused thereon.
We have written off you with the sum.
If you have some problems, please call us. We'll endeavor to help you.
> Subject: Your check has been returned
I apply a cheque that has been given back unpaid for occasions caused there.
We have debited you with this amount.
If you have any inquiries, please call us. We'll try to help you.
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