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FedEx massive spam campaign
« on: 16. March 2011., 19:28:40 »
I received different emails, all containing a notification I can find more information about my package in attachment. The subject of one of these mails was "FedEx notification #85645"

They all have a different tracking number behind the #, but the content is always the exact same thing:

Dear customer.

The parcel was sent your home address.
And it will arrive within 7 business day.

More information and the tracking number are attached in document below.

Thank you. © FedEx 1995-2011

In all of these spam emails, you will find an attachment, which can be called either
FedEx, FedEx or

Document.exe attached to email

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FedEx massive spam campaign
« on: 16. March 2011., 19:28:40 »


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Re: FedEx massive spam campaign
« Reply #1 on: 15. April 2011., 06:25:26 »
Some times may occur this problem due to several effect of wrong emails .


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