The following email is a scam and the Zip file contains a trojan virus. Note that we may not publish all versions of the same type of virus scam mail within a close period. All emails with the similar but not exactly the same content, but with an attachment, could possibly contain the infected file. The action is to delete these mails.

Ofcourse, if you actually ordered something through DHL, that is another case. We are referring to unsolicited spam mails that managed to into your inbox.

Please do not download and unzip the file.

Severity: High

Trojan Name: Trojan.Bredolab

We do not keep these files in our report.

Trojan.Bredolab is a Trojan horse that downloads and executes a file from the Internet. – Symantec

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On Tue, 26 Jan 2010 20:06:57 +0200, “Manager Christi Mathews”
<customer@dhl.com> wrote:

Re: DHL Express Services. Please get your parcel NR.8133
> Dear customer!
> The courier service was not able to deliver your parcel at your address.
> Cause: Mistake in address
> You may pickup the parcel at our post office personally.
> The delivery advice is attached to this e-mail.
> Print this label to get this package at our post office.
> Please do not reply to this e-mail, it is an unmonitored mailbox!
> Thank you,
> DHL Services.
> DHL_label_Nr8138.zip