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“ADP Speedy Notifications” Spam E-mails lead to Blackhole

Over the past week, cybercriminals have took up spaming fake “ADP Speedy Notification” in an attack, to trick users into clicking on the malicious links found in the emails.

The links contained in the email, point to the latest version of the Black Hole Exploit Kit, and consequently, exploit CVE-2013-0422, affecting the latest version of Java.

The exploit kit hides on numerous compromised websites, in this instance there are over  20 different servers and domain names that are assisting in the this campaign.

If you believe your computer is compromised, please follow this tutorial to disinfect yourself from known malware:

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