This fake fax leads to a malicious ZIP file:
From: eFax [email@example.com]
Date: 29 November 2016 at 16:01
Subject: eFax message from “61 2 97855412” – 2 page(s)
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The link in the email goes to a hacked Sharepoint account, in this case:
It seems to belong to a
, but maybe one that has suffered an Office 365 compromise.
The ZIP file it leads to is named Fax_11292016.zip (there may be other versions) containing two identical scripts named
that look like
of the script indicates this is Nymaim, downloading a component from:
A malicious EXE is dropped with an MD5 of bdf952b2388bf429097b771746395a4c and a detection rate of
. The malware then phones home to:
appears to have been created for this malware and has anonymous registration details. It is apparently multihomed on the following IPs:
Each of those IPs appears to be a hacked legitimate host, with a high turnover of IPs. Those IPs appear to be associated with the following domains that may be worth blocking:
Source: Dynamoo’s Blog @ November 29, 2016 at 12:34PM