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GFI Software researchers are warning of a new e-mail campaign that claims to provide information on an Amazon.com shipment.
"All of the links embedded in the email take the user to a site hosting the [BlackHole] exploit kit via a number of site redirections," writes Help Net Security's Zeljka Zorz.
"Once he has landed on that site, the user is automatically served with a PDF file that exploits Adobe Reader vulnerabilities to run malicious executables on the system, including malware that will continue to download other malware on his computer," Zorz writes.
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