Trickbot via fake Ernst & Young overdue invoice

We are back to a more complicated Trickbot download campaign today with links in the email to download the XLS file instead of attachments. This was first mentioned on 22 October 2018 when I missed the onslaught.    This example is today’s latest spoof or imitation of a well-known company, bank or public authority delivering Trickbot banking Trojan. The email with the subject of “FW: Overdue Invoice! ” pretends to come from Ernst & Young Global Limited, saying you owe them £12,400 odd pounds and if you don’t pay will take court action,  but actually comes from “[email protected]” which is … Continue reading →

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