Mail Server Report Malware Spam
PLEASE NOTE: The 'From:' e-mail address mentioned for each e-mail on this page, is often a spoofed e-mail address and not necessarily the true origin of the malicious e-mail. Any links displayed in the e-mail below are only used by the spammer as the anchor text for the dangerous link and is not necessarily the website responsible for the malicious software.
Date: 25 September 2006
Subject: Mail server report.
Attachment: Update-KB3125-x86.zip (Normally contains a Trojan horse)
Mail server report.
Our firewall determined the e-mails containing worm copies are being sent from your computer.
Nowadays it happens from many computers, because this is a new virus type (Network Worms).
Using the new bug in the Windows, these viruses infect the computer unnoticeably.
After the penetrating into the computer the virus harvests all the e-mail addresses and sends the copies of itself to these e-mail addresses
Please install updates for worm elimination and your computer restoring.
Customers support service
Malware spam e-mails pretending to have some kind of miracle Windows update/patch. Microsoft never sends out e-mails like this, neither does a legitimate e-mail server. By the way 'addresses' is misspelled. "Using the new bug in the Windows". In THE Windows? Perhaps this spammer has too many bugs colliding with his computer screen?