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Beware of emails with resume attachments as Phishers still use JavaScript attachments

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Beware of emails with an attached resume from a job applicant because some of the hackers are still using old JavaScript attachments to deliver the CryptoWall which could leave people in great trouble.
In an article by Brian Bebeau posted on SpiderLabs Blog (Trustwave SEG Cloud), mentioned that recently, it was noticed that a spam run of emails which contained an attached resume from a job applicant. The attachment, with a file extension ‘.js’, was in plain-text and consisted of JavaScript.
After some days, the next spam was noticed which looked more serious and zipped the attachment. The hackers tried to give the attachment a MIME type of "image/png" in order to appear it as an image among the people.
If anyone retrieves the picture, it will turn out to be a Windows executable.
Bebeau wrote that after analysing the file, they came to know that this is a Cryptowall ransomware variant. So, if anyone opens the attachment to look a resume or picture, he/she could end...(continued)
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