MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, has noticed a large spam campaign on behalf of the Canadian Family Pharmacy in fake LinkedIn messages. The messages come the spoofed email address <email@example.com> with the authors like: Fenella Macdonald via LinkedIn <firstname.lastname@example.org> Catriona Bailey via LinkedIn <email@example.com> Susan Jones via LinkedIn <firstname.lastname@example.org> .... Subjects in use: Can i place your … Continue reading Spam in fake LinkedIn messages
MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new trojan distribution campaign by email with the subject "So now you're on LinkedIn: What's next?". This campaign is a follow up of the the LinkedIn Messages, 9/30/2010 campaign that we reported yesterday. The malware is not changed in any way. The email is send from the spoofed address … Continue reading Emails with subject “So now you’re on LinkedIn: What’s next?″ lead to malware
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Although it has nothing to do with real spam, it caught my attention when managing the MX Lab blog. When reading some comments I noticed that the provided URL was leading to a LinkedIn profile. Some examples below. New comment on your post #125 "Email pollution and spam to think about" Author : Heartburn Home … Continue reading WordPress comments lead to fake profiles on LinkedIn