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'Federal Express' Malware
I have it in .PDF file (22 pages of program code, embedded in HTML) which is 1:1 copy from an .HTML file that I received attached to an e-mail.
The name of the File is:
File Server & Print Server with Cups.PDF
The Win virus scanner on the .PDF form reports:
Status - Nothing detected Actions taken - None
Unfortunately I could not publish it here for it is 181.5 kB (too large to be published as attachment).
I can't find the page where I read this from, but I believe that it is intended to be an info stealing bug.
Similar to a key-logger, so that the creators of it can collect passwords, credit card numbers, etc.
BTW... any email from Fed-Ex that has an attachment is bad. They don't use attachments on their notification emails.
RE: 'BTW... any email from Fed-Ex that has an attachment is bad.'
Later on, in the HTML part it has 'harvested' e-mails in a List and sends itself automatically 'in compliance with' the hijacked List.