INCA Internet response team found malicious file disguised as sent from UPS(United Parcel Service).
The contents of e-mail is disguised as an invoice though, it actually delivered 2 malicious files.
Users need to careful on spreading malicious attachment on e-mail or similar security threats.
2. Spreading cases
Attackers are precisely manipulating to induce users.
Sender, title of email, the name of attachment on e-mail, and its body are being looked like real.
Attached "UPS-Delivery-Confirmation-Alert_April-2012_T2AD5RZR98.zip" contains malicious files.
Users need to be careful on checking mail box. Especially, executable file(EXE, SCR, COM)s and document files(DOC, TXT, PDF, HWP, XLS, PPT) have great possibility of malicious files. To use PC safely from security threats of these malicious attachments, we recommend you download latest security updates and obey following "Security management tips" for general users.
INCA Internet (Security Response Center / Emergency Response Team) runs responding system against various security threats.