Posted on 19th March, 2013 | Tags : DHL, DHL delivery report, LABEL-ID-NY19032013-GFK78.zip, phishing scam, post office, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org | Under : Bad Things in General, Malware, Viruses and Bugs Galore, Recommendations, URGENT
Today’s pathetic phishing SCAM allegedly comes from DHL.
The grammar of this sophomoric phishing SCAM is so incredibly hideous I simply HAD to share it:
Message Subject: DHL delivery report
Message Sender: email@example.com
Alleged Actual Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spoofed sender: cjdngbsmebvp.yapfq.su
Actual server delivering this dreck: ldlhilzayzugdaz.ozckjclio.ru
(Russian – no big surprise)
Now is where the fun begins – the message body:
(Notice there is no greeting here – your first clue)
Our company’s courier couldn’t make the delivery of parcel.
REASON: Postal code contains an error.
LOCATION OF YOUR PARCEL: New York
DELIVERY STATUS: sort order
SERVICE: One-day Shipping
NUMBER OF YOUR PARCEL: ETBAKPRSU3
Label is enclosed to the letter.
Print a label and show it at your post office.
(Really? DHL delivers your parcel to the Post Office?)
An additional information:
If the parcel isn’t received within 15 working days our company will have the right to claim compensation from you for it’s keeping in the amount of $8.26 for each day of keeping of it.
You can find the information about the procedure and conditions of parcels keeping in the nearest office.
Thank you for using our services.
The pitiful excuse for English grammar and sentence structure in this silly email is absolutely laughable.
The attachment designed to ruin your life and empty your bank accounts is:
Let’s not go clicking on crap like this, shall we?