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Facebook Malware Spam Password Changed

Malware spammed out as Facebook password change notificationIf you received an email from “Facebook Service” telling you that your password had been changed because a spam message had been sent from your account, would you believe it?

Well, cybercriminals certainly hope you would as they’re spamming out malicious emails today attempting to trick unsuspecting users into opening an attached Trojan horse.

Facebook Malware

The messages look similar to the following:

Subject:

Facebook Service. Personal data has been changed! ID[random number]

or

Subject:

Facebook Office. Your login details changed! ID[random number]

Attachment:

Facebook_details_ID[random number].zip

using different random numbers.

Message body:

Good afternoon

A Spam is sent from your FaceBook account.

Your password has been changed for safety.

Information regarding your account and a new password is attached to the letter.
Read this information thoroughly and change the password to complicated one.

Please do not reply to this email, it’s automatic mail notification!

Thank you.
FaceBook Service.

Opening the attached file is obviously a very bad idea – as it will infect you with a Trojan horse that attempts to communicate with a website hosted in Russia.

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