Phishing is all about getting people hooked, line a sinker, this time Amazon is the recipient of the Phishers focus.
It seems to be the usual DHL / UPS style scam, where a zip archive is attached to an email that carries the nasty payload.
Asking you to print the attached postal label to get your package.
As usual, delete these emails as they are nothing but a cover for a dangerous virus or scam.
Here is the transcript of the email
Thank you for shopping at Amazon.com
We have successfully received your payment.
Your order has been shipped to your billing address.
You have ordered \” Asus Eee PC T91Go \”
You can find your tracking number in attached to the e-mail document.
Print the postal label to get your package.
We hope you enjoy your order!
Attachment is called Postal_label_Nr234.zip
It is interesting to see these people targeting suppliers / vendors that have wide audiences. Removing any refernce to DHL or UPS as this is starting to get a little old.
I wonder how long it will take for the Anti virus brigade to recognise this new variant.