Have you received an email from DHL about a failed package delivery?
Please remember to be on your guard. Cybercriminals are once again up to their old tricks.
Online criminals have spammed out messages, claiming to come from DHL Express International, that are designed to install malware onto the computers of unsuspecting PC users.
SophosLabs has intercepted a widespread malware campaign that has been spammed out, disguised as a communication from DHL Express.
A widespread malware campaign that has been spammed out across the internet today, posing as an email from DHL.
Received an email from DHL about a failed package delivery?
Be on your guard. Malware authors are up to their old tricks once more.
Have you received a notification email claiming to come from courier firm DHL?
Be on your guard - that attached file may be a Trojan horse.
A significant wave of malicious emails is spammed out, posing as notification messages from courier firm DHL.
Don't click on the attached file, however, as it contains a Trojan horse.
Thank heavens for the poor education of cybercriminals!
If they had paid more attention to spelling and grammar at school, then maybe some of their scams would be harder to spot.
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