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Currently, a popular attack vector is to send out a spoofed email from the IRS with an attached file named “taxletter.doc, (or something similar), and appeals to the recipient to respond immediately in order to prevent delinquent tax liabilities.
In this attack, the malicious attachment's payload is a password stealer. The malware launches Microsoft PowerShell, which works in the background as the recipient views the document. Tens of millions of people have been compromised by this new sophisticated attack, and the messages continue to evolve to avoid detection by unsuspected users.
Manager of Engineering
Sr. Technology Consultant