I just receveid an Email from a Fake American Express with an Zip Attachment so I decided to save it and scan it with WSA and it was detected Wed 24-04-2013 14:18:08.0916 Infection detected: c:usersdanieldownloadssecuremail.zip/securemail.exe [MD5: 6870FD8FD2B2BEDD83E218D9E7E4DE8B] [3/00080001] [W32.Rogue.Gen] so I uploaded to VirusTotal to see the results15/46 https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/550b36fc4079a353a3b7dbae9580cf8a7f3798db4d02801d3392e974378fd651/analysis/1366827581/ but allot of the big hitters sort of to say it's still not detected. Great Job Webroot as I get so many of these Fake emails and my ISP uses Norton AntiVirus and does not catch them 99% of the time. ;) Note: Don't do this at home kids unless you know what you are doing.
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