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Received a notification from United Parcel Service (UPS) that a parcel is winging its way to your door? Beware, it could be a spammed out fake anti-virus attack.
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Malware can't decide if it's pretending to come from FDIC or UPS.
Just make sure you don't open the malicious attachment named FDIC_Document.zip.
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