Cybercriminals impersonate Delta Airlines, serve malware

By Dancho Danchev

Following the recently launched malicious campaigns impersonating KLM and American Airlines, cybercriminals are once again busy impersonating yet another company, this time it’s Delta Airlines.

More details:

Screenshot of the spamvertised email:

Detection rate for the malicious attachment: MD5: fe02ffade8660c89633862888ec3b1a8 detected by 3 out of 43 antivirus vendors as ZIP/Bredolab.A!Camelot; Mal/BredoZp-B.

What’s particularly interesting about this campaign is that, it demonstrates the lack of QA (Quality Assurance) applied by the cybrecriminals who launched it. Case in point – the attached archive in all emails has been corrupted, preventing potential victims from becoming infected.

Webroot SecureAnywhere users are proactively protected from this threat.

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