Inboxes are again being hit by malicious emails purporting to be package notifications from delivery company DHL.
The emails claim that there was a problem with the delivery of your package because your shipping address contains a mistake. The emails, which include the DHL logo, urge you to click a link to access a form which will supposedly allow you to rectify the addressing error.
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In fact, this version is just one in a long series of scam emails that have masqueraded as DHL package delivery notifications. The names of several other well-known delivery companies including FedEx and TNT have been used in similar malware attacks.
A screenshot of the malware email:
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