We've known that Waledac spreads itself via Social Engineering - convincing users that they WANT to download a program. Recently we've seen Waledac acting as a Valentine's Day E-Card, a Couponizer program, and a Fake News Story about a Dirty Bomb.
Today the UAB Spam Data Mine began to get spam messages for a new Social Engineering trick. Here are some of the email subjects we're seeing:
Read his SMS
The world's most advanced sms reading program
Now, It's possible to read other people's SMS
Read other people's SMS online
You can read anyone's SMS
The email bodies point to the websites with lines like these:
Do you trust her? http://smsclubnet.com/
You can read anyone's SMS http://virtualesms.com
Do you really trust her? http://www.freecolorsms.com
Do you really trust him? http://downloadfreesms.com/
Are you ready to know the truth? http://smsclubnet.com
Are you sure you want to know? http://smsclubnet.com
The webpage you visit looks like this:
The malware which you can download from the page is recognized by 13 of the 39 Anti-Virus products tested according to this VirusTotal Report.
File size: 419840 bytes
The root problem with Waledac's long-lived domains is they are using a Chinese domain name registrar who won't cooperate with anyone on shutdowns. We have sent shutdown requests to their abuse contact, in both English and Chinese, and have received no cooperation whatsoever. If you have good contact information for "Ename.com", we really could use an introduction, thank you! No one answers their "email@example.com" email address, but perhaps a Chinese speaker might call them at +86.5922669769 ? ? ?
The complete list of NEW domain names created for this round of Waledac are:
But a great number of the previous domains are also still live, and still serving Waledac, including:
If you have contact at Ename.com, these ALL need killed, thank you! They are all now distributing the new "SMS Spy" version of Waledac.