Emails “Sent via Google Maps” is a redirect to the Canadian Pharmacy


MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, intercepted some spam messages with subjects like:

Sent via Google Maps: Brett Lepper sent you: A Maps link
Sent via Google Maps: Brenna Eber sent you: A Maps link
Sent via Google Maps: Theodora Cavitt sent you: A Maps link

The subjects start with ‘Sent via Google Maps:’ and end with ‘A Maps link’.
The from email address is spoofed but starts with ‘admin@’ combined with a subdomain address.

Message body examples:

This email was sent to you by a user on Google Maps:
Hi

hxxp://gertie8kthv.blogginc.asia/10/8/gertie-bawa.html
This email was sent to you by a user on Google Maps:
Hi

hxxp://elmira4221c.blogsun.asia/11/10/elmira-antoniuk.html

The URLs in the message will redirect the user to the website of the Canadian Pharmacy at hxxp://www.bestrxs.com/.

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