Files with TXZ extension used as malspam attachments, (Mon, May 27th)

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Malicious e-mail attachments come in all shapes and sizes. In general, however, threat actors usually either send out files, which themselves carry a malicious payload – such as different scripts, Office documents or PDFs – or they send out “containers”, which include such files – e.g., image files or archives. These container files, especially, can sometimes be quite unusual… Which is where today’s diary comes in.

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