Don’t Fall for the EZ Pass Spam
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Recently some spam posing as an email notice from E-Z Pass has been going around. The EZ Pass spam comes from “E-ZPass Service Center” with an email address of team@miraclemi.org or support@wirenet.org.

The text of the E-ZPass spam is always some variation of this:


E-ZPass Service Center

Dear customer,

You have not paid for driving on a toll road. This invoice is sent repeatedly,
please service your debt in the shortest possible time.

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The invoice can be downloaded here.

EZ Pass spam

 

Of course, the link does not go to an EZ Pass invoice at all. In the samples that we have seen, the link goes to malware hosted by a site at occhioviterbese.it:

 

occhioviterbese[dot]it/occhioviterbese/components/api/dybmkalqy4vj0UhboSF0UN/AiPKYTO9A1v9fWQ1l4E8=/toll

Hopefully you didn’t fall for it, but if you did, be sure to update and run your antivirus software.

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Don't Fall for the EZ Pass Spam
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Don't Fall for the EZ Pass Spam
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Spam posing as E-Z Pass is going around. It comes from "E-ZPass Service Center" with an email address of team@miraclemi.org or support@wirenet.org.
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  1. Oh man.. thanks for putting this out there. I wasnt certain it was spam.. suspicious and checked. THANK YOU for taking the time an effort posting this…..

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