Fake Dropbox Emails Hide Malware

A recent phishing attack is enticing people to reset their Dropbox password. Here is a copy of the email:

The email is designed to spread a Trojan that is part of the ZeuS family of Trojans. The criminals even had the forethought to take advantage of af the security blog blog.dynamoo.com by hosting the Trojan on the domain dynamooblog.ru. Remember to never click on a link in an email that is unsolicited or can’t be varified. To learn more about protecting yourself from cyber criminals see my book available for loan in the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library.

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