Evolution of the W32/Kuluoz malware scam

Well, boys and girls, it looks like the malware distribution I talked about here and here has morphed again. This morning, I started receiving emails that pretend to be DHL delivery notifications, rather than American Airlines ticket sales or FedEx notifications:

As before, the links take you to hacked WordPress or Joomla sites that will examine your browser user-agent. If you’re on a Mac or Linux computer, or you’re using a modern Windows browser, you’ll see a phony 404 Not Found error that looks like this:

If you’re using a Windows browser that has vulnerabilities, the link will download a copy of the W32/Kuluoz information and bank password stealing malware.

Stay safe out there.

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