Cybercriminals continue targeting enterprises with malicious emails whose ultimate goal is to infect company computers with the Dyre/Dyreza banking malware. But instead of delivering the Upatre downloader to function as the way in for Dyre, the latest email runs take advantage of another successful approach that has lately become popular again: documents carrying macro-based malware. The emails - posing as notices of failed ACH and wire transfers, fake alerts of delivered fax messages and parcels, or invoice and billing statements - ask the recipients to follow a link embedded in the email which ostensibly points to details about the transaction or message.
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