The hackers are at it again, forcing a flurry of fake flight tickets to flood your email inboxes.
It’s not a new method of tricking people into opening a malicious email attachment, but it surely works.
The latest campaign that has been spammed out claims that you have bought a ticket with Delta Air Lines. According to the email, the attached passenger itinerary receipt confirms that you paid your ticket in full and confirms your right to fly with Delta Air Lines.
Inside the attached file (delta_8612Z.zip) lurks the Troj/Inject-EW Trojan horse, however, which aims to sneak undetected onto your Windows PC for its own malicious purposes.
As always, think twice (and then, perhaps, twice again) before ever opening an unsolicited email attachment.