Securelist: Cybercriminals often like to use a bogus letter to trick people into opening malicious attachments. There are two tricks that make this work: a message from a familiar name (a bank, social network, service provider or other organization that might interest the recipient) and an intriguing or alarming subject. An attack based on fake messages supposedly from coffee chain Starbucks combined the two.
The detected distribution claimed that a few hours ago a recipient’s friend made an order for him to celebrate a special occasion in a Starbucks coffee shop. That mysterious friend wished to remain anonymous, enjoying the intrigue he was creating, but was sending out invitations with details of a special menu, which is available in the attachment. In the end they wished the recipient an awesome evening.