The Dridex malware gang is delivering a nasty gift for the holidays using a spam campaign pretending to be Amazon Gift Cards.

Dridex phishing campaign wants to send a gift

When distributing malware, malware gangs commonly use current events and the holidays as themes for phishing campaigns to lure people into opening malicious attachments.

Such is the case in a recent phishing campaign discovered by cybersecurity firm Cyberreason that pretends to be an Amazon gift certificate sent via email.

These emails, shown below, pretend to be a $100 gift certificate that users must redeem by clicking on a phishing email button.

Source: Fake Amazon gift card emails deliver the Dridex malware



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