Fake ISP “Spam Mailout” Notifications Contain Locky Ransomware

Email purporting to be from “ISP Support” claims that your ISP has received spam mailouts from your address recently and urges you to open an attached file to view a log of the supposed.

The email is not a genuine notification from your Internet Service Provider and the attached .zip file does not contain a log of spam messages as claimed. Instead, the attachment contains a malicious JavaScript file that, if opened, can download and install Locky ransomware on your computer.

Source: Fake ISP “Spam Mailout” Notifications Contain Locky Ransomware

Fake Airline “Travel Itinerary” Emails Lead To Locky Ransomware

Emails purporting to be from various well-known airlines claim that you can view the travel itinerary for a supposed flight booking you made by opening an attached .zip file.

Source: Fake Airline “Travel Itinerary” Emails Lead To Locky Ransomware

VIDEO – More FedEx “Incorrect Delivery Address” Malware Emails

Emails purporting to be from delivery company FedEx claim that a package sent to you has been taken to a local office because it could not be delivered due to an incorrect delivery address. They in…

Source: VIDEO – More FedEx “Incorrect Delivery Address” Malware Emails