Trend Micro Facebook TrendLabs Twitter Malware Blog RSS Feed You Tube - Trend Micro
Search our blog:

  • Recent Posts

  • Calendar

    December 2014
    S M T W T F S
    « Nov    
     123456
    78910111213
    14151617181920
    21222324252627
    28293031  
  • Email Subscription

  • About Us

    The Trend Micro Content Security Team has encountered a phishing attack similar to what affected the Bank of America and Comerica recently. The scheme, which involves a malicious digital certificate supposedly downloaded from a link found in the spammed email, is now used to fool Merill Lynch Business Centre customers.

    Below is a screenshot of the spammed email message:

    The visible link in the said email is a hypertext string that leads to the phishing URL
    hxxp://wcma.businesscenter.mlbank.bcprivate9054.wcmaloginea.aspxsystem.meetingid.12469.
    programs.dvppserv.1291logon.info/WCMALoginEA.htm
    . The said URL poses as the Business Centre’s home page.

    Clicking on the said link connects users to a URL where they are prompted to download a required “digital certificate.” However, the phishing site is already inaccessible as of this writing.

    Sunbelt also warns users in their blog that this scheme is highly likely being used for other schemes as well.





    Share this article
    Get the latest on malware protection from TrendLabs
    Email this story to a friend   Technorati   NewsVine   MySpace   Google   Live   del.icio.us   StumbleUpon




    Comments are closed.



     

    © Copyright 2013 Trend Micro Inc. All rights reserved. Legal Notice