Some phishing emails are bad, some are really bad, and then some are like watching a train wreck in slow motion level of bad. Guess which group today’s email belongs to?
This time I will not paste the text version of the email (I might add it late). Let’s instead just go right into business:
Why this phishing email is a disaster
Oh, let me tell you the ways!
It claims to be a CVS email asking you to click on the survey link so you can receive its malicious payload. Nothing special here; a lot of phishing emails do that.
Subject:of the email has nothing to do with CVS or surveys in general.
Subject:of the email is about some Real State Property in Thailand. So, Mr. Clueless Phisher, what are you trying to impersonate: a real state or a CVS email? Were you in a hurry and merged two distinct phishing campaigns together?
The grammar is also entertaining. I will let you pick your favourite bit.
Come on, Man! Does it have any redeeming features?
OK, if I had to pick one thing I liked, it is the sentence (I am trying hard to preserve the lack of grammar and the upper/lowercase usage)
And Of Course there's a $90 promo reward to you After Finishing
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