More docm attachments with the following content this time:
Subject: E-bill : 6200228913 – 31.07.2015 – 0018
Message Id: <863938868.6381438480814836.JavaMail.root@cecurityprod-1>
Please find enclosed your new Lyreco invoicing document nA^? 6200228913 for a total amount of 43.20 GBP, and
due on 31.08.2015
We would like to remind you that all of your invoices are archived electronically free of charge and can be reviewed by
you at any time.
For any questions or queries regarding your invoices, please contact Customer Service on Tel : 0845 7676999*.
Your Lyreco Customer Service
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The file was SHA256 a9f6427bda1f519341d52b3e02372c2bc2d5d1487fd01b7d831306888bdf98c5
This spam run is likely to be by the same people that did this one.
If run with Macros turned on it fetches the payload from:
Which then communicates with at least one CnC:
This exact same CnC was seen in this previous malware run.