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Even by the standards of spammers, we have to be impressed with the targeting of this outfit. antimoneylaundering.net has, this spammer claims, sent an e-mail to antimoneylaundering.net. That's our sister domain. That's not clever - lots of criminals do that. It's not even clever to put the name in the "from " - criminals and sales people do that. But to tie it to something that might actually be of genuine interest? That is clever or, at least, devious.

CoNet Section: 

Washington 5 December 2019 – Today the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) took action against Evil Corp, the Russia-based cybercriminal organization responsible for the development and distribution of the Dridex malware.

BIScom Subsection: 

Below is an example of the tactics used by Israeli company RevenueHits that sells itself as a high-profit platform to rival Google Adsense.

This advertisement takes control of the user's browser, produces a page that falsely claims to belong to Microsoft and then says that the computer is locked and asks for a user-name and password. The window cannot be closed by usual means. Amongst other things, it threatens the standard business model of millions of websites.

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