I did not see anyone commenting on this, therefore here we go.
It was some malware campaign, trying to get any recipients to click their link.
The email was asking users to click a link to "verify" some account information.
That link though was hosted on a website called silkenwindhounds.org
which has to do with some breed of dogs. Apparently, that website was
The problem is that the scripts on that website are still active and
if anyone clicks on the link,
they are redirected through links to other websites that probably try
to exploit web browser bugs.
Is anyone dealing with this?
You need to contact http://www.silkenwindhounds.org/ that the
following two scripts are malware:
/cgi-sys/suspendedpage.cgi (clever trick that does redirection, if
they are happy that the HTTP request is from an actual browser.
Otherwise, it just pretends that the website is suspended in order not
to draw suspicion).
Re: Malware from email with title "Security alert: Verify your email@example.com"
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d 08.05.2018 16:49, Simos Xenitellis wrote:
> It was some malware campaign, trying to get any recipients to click
> their link. The email was asking users to click a link to "verify"
> some account information.
Nothing new. Most users simply do not open strange attachments or
click on these links.
I have removed that page since days from the nabble forums for
> Is anyone dealing with this?
Most hackers here are C++ devs and might not knwo what happen there.
The mail wasn't send from a TDF address, no TDF server is involved...