'FDIC notification' Fake Email
'FDIC notification' is a spam email generated by web attackers that poses as an official notification coming from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The e-mails seems to be sent from an "email@example.com" email address and has a subject line that reads: 'FDIC Notification'. 'FDIC notification' rogue email states that your bank account and transactions have been temporarily suspended for security reasons due to the expiration of your security version. 'FDIC notification' fake email has an attachment that is created to look like a .pdf file. However, in truth, the attachment carries a virus. So, do not open that attachment. If you've already opened it, you should run a full scan with the legitimate anti-virus software. 'FDIC notification' fake email may seem to be persuasive, but it has a poor grammar, which shows that it did not come from a government agency. The attachment is named 'FDIC_document.zip' and involves an executable file with the same name. The file has a PDF icon and since Windows 7 does not show known file extensions, it might easily confuse PC users. The file is, in fact, a Trojan that functions as a delivery mean for other malware infections. So, if you run the Trojan, it will download and install other parasites. If you got 'FDIC notification' fraudulent email message, do not open it because you will set your confidential information at risk.
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