Spammers have Christmas as a chance to send e-mails that seem to contain a Christmas special initially look, however truly unfold malware. The e-mails going around currently feature a Word document referred to as "Christmas Offerings" hooked up. Once opened, attempt the macros within the document to transfer a malicious executable file.
|The authors have created several macros in fact|
Because of the protection risks interference Microsoft office standard macros and users also get to check a security warning that the macros are disabled. within the same warning might opt for, however, users need to to show the content of the document. The user selects this, then the Dridex Trojan is downloaded to the pc. this can be a Trojan specifically designed to steal cash from on-line bank accounts, according to anti-virus company Malwarebytes.
Virustotal Report:- Christmas Offers.Doc
|Virustotal Analysis Report of Christmas Offers.Docx|