Watch out for fake KLM e-tickets
If you did booked a flight with KLM in the past few days you should read very carefully the emails that look to come from from the airline operator, as there are some legitimate-looking fake KLM emails making rounds:
This message tries to trick the users into downloading and opening the file found in the attachment that “contains” the e-ticket, but in reality it is just a piece of malware that, as the Antivirus solutions that do detect it, represents either ransomware or a backdoor Trojan.
No matter what kind of virus it is this file is no good news – in particular for those Windows users that do not use an updated version of an antivirus solution.
Fake e-tickets from reputable airlines are one of malware creators favourite methods of fooling people into downloading malicious attached files, so you should always check twice emails that look fishy.