Beware this phishing email – It’s spyware

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Beware this phishing email – It’s spyware

Well, here’s another one.

I just received an email from a domain registered in Russia, claiming to be an Adobe application update. Don’t be fooled by this one. Just take a look at the “whois” info for the domain name:

Domain name:             ADOBE-MAILER.COM

Registrant ID:           TAACTMK-RU

Registrant Name:         Kenny James

Registrant Organization: Kenny James

Registrant Street1:      102 Avenue Street

Registrant City:         New York

Registrant State:        NY

Registrant Postal Code:  10023

Registrant Country:      US

You think Kenny James is the real adobe?   Look at the fake address and name….    This domain was registered in Russia….

Here is the text of the email, so that you can be aware of what it looks like and know not to click through any of the links. If you receive this email, report it as spam immediately and DO NOT CLICK THE LINKS!

Believe me, “Kenny James”, from Russia, is not associated with Acrobat and is not offering real free upgrades. Avoid this malicous email if you receive it.

Subject: Action required : Upgrade New Adobe Acrobat Reader For Your PC


See how Adobe Acrobat Reader is a step above anything you’ve experienced before, so you can be even more productive.

Upgrade The New Adobe Acrobat Reader

Just how much faster can you work with Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader
software? Fast enough to stay on top of last-minute changes, connect
with key decision makers, and share updates with co-workers.

You’ll discover how easy it is to reuse content by exporting PDF files
to Microsoft Word or Excel formats. And how quickly you can automate
multi-step tasks with new, guided Actions. No wonder PC Magazine
says, “There’s a lot to like in Acrobat X PDF Reader.”

Download Now To Try Us Out

Copyright 2011 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.

Adobe Systems Incorporated
343 Preston Street
Ottawa, ON K1S 1N4


By | 2017-09-20T12:13:52+00:00 March 24th, 2011|Internet Security, Scam Alerts|0 Comments

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