As the end-of-the-year holidays are quickly approaching, people are starting to order more things (read: gifts for themselves and loved ones) online so that they can avoid the December rush and delivery problems. This is also the time of year when cyber crooks usually start to ramp up their phishing and malware delivery campaigns, which often take the form of emails made to look like legitimate ones coming from popular package delivery companies. It’s no surprise, then, that Comodo’s researchers have spotted a widespread spam campaign targeting the 2.5 million global businesses and consumers who used DHL shipping.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Help Net Security