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|Threat Level:||90 % (High)|
|First Seen:||January 23, 2013|
|Last Seen:||July 16, 2023|
Win32/Kryptik.ARTR is a Trojan that is distributed via a compromised e-commerce website Pixmania.com. Cybercrooks are exploiting Pixmania.com to spread and affect targeted PCs with Win32/Kryptik.ARTR. Scammers use spam emails to spread Win32/Kryptik.ARTR with the subject line 'Pixmania.com gift voucher code', which notifies the PC user that Stella has gifted him/her a voucher worth EUR 100, whose code can be found inside an added attachment. The bogus email asks the computer user to click on the hyperlink Pixmania.com to confirm his/her account to get a EUR 100 deposited into the same. The fraudulent email strives to appear legitimate to the PC user so the message gives several offers to use the gift coupon. The malevolent .ZIP attachment, although appearing like a harmless screensaver, added to the bogus email carries a file called 'voucher.scr', which is found as Win32/Kryptik.ARTR.
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