A new Phishing campaign has been observed targeting bank employees in Pakistan. The email contains an attachment named “Virus Detected On Your Email”.
The email looks like this:
The attachment has a malicious link embedded in it. When the attachment is clicked, users are redirected to a phishing URL. The URL leads to a forged login page of Zimbra email application used by the employees of the targeted bank. While the original Zimbra page for the bank contains a logo of the bank, the forged page looked like this without the logo of Zimbra. However, the difference was still not very apparent for an unsuspecting victim.
The noticeable part of the phishing campaign is when the users were redirected to the login page of Zimbra, their email address associated with the bank was already written in the ‘username’ space, due to which, unsuspecting users might enter their password carelessly, thinking that they had been logged out of their legitimate Zimbra accounts by chance or due to session timeout.
Indicators of Compromise
|Email Subject||[BULK] Dear [target’s name] Virus Detected On Your Email|