This phishing campaign uses an odd tactic to infect Windows PCs with two forms of trojan malware

A prolific spam campaign is attempting to infect victims with one of two infamous trojan malware families – and those behind it appear to be attempting to compromise any enterprise target they can. Uncovered by researchers at Netskope, the campaign began in April this year and is based around generic phishing emailsclaiming to be about an invoice which ask the user to open an ISO disk image file to get more information. [1]

[1] By Danny Palmer on ZDNet


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