2016 March 25 20:44 GMT
Email messages that are related to this threat (RuleID21931 and RuleID21931KVR) may contain the following files:
Name | Size in Bytes | MD5 Checksum
| 123,392 | 0xFD9E3FA32B27140E6DF524A022ACB5ED
The following text is a sample of the email message that is associated with this threat outbreak:
> Subject: Gloria, This is the Invoice for UTHSCSA - QB Ref.: 01136719
This is an important communication for the Accounting Manager at UTHSCSA. If you are not them, please ignore and discard it.
This is a note that your account with us is listed as past due. Our records indicate that you have a current outstanding balance of $1,132.00. We would greatly appreciate it if you could close this payment ASAP. Kindly find the QuickBooks invoice no. 000-17993287 attached.
Thank you for your continued business.
> Subject: Colleen, This is the Invoice for Tishman Speyer - QB Reference: 01707154
This is an important message for the Director of Property Accounting at Tishman Speyer. If you are not them, please ignore and erase it.
This is a reminder that your account with us appears as unpaid. According to our records you have a total obligation of $1,637.00. We would appreciate it if you could have this payment remitted ASAP. Please see the QuickBooks invoice no. 000-01902021 enclosed.
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