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    The photos that we capture using our digital cameras come in different naming conventions: CIMG{numbers}for Casio, IMG_{numbers}for Canon, DSC{numbers}for Sony, and so on. Thus, receiving a file that follows the format below may puzzle some digital camera hobbyists but is usually not going to bother the majority of users who will likely automatically open the said file:

    DC{number} (Without comments).JPG________________________________________

    Trend Micro detects this malicious file as TROJ_DLOADER.FYX. Similar to TROJ_DLOADER.EXIthat connects to http://www.{BLOCKED} to download a spyware, it also connects to the same Web site to download a file detected by Trend Micro as TSPY_BZUB.HN.

    This Trojan arrives via spammed email.

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