They are circulating fake emails that simulate being sent by Cinemark Peru, the attackers want victims to download a file under the guise of being a trivia to win tickets and participate in the draw for a 0 km car.
Fraudulent mail looks like this:
You can clearly see that the link downloads an .exe file, Trivia_Cinermark-Peru.com.exe it is actually a Trojan (VT 10/43). The attack is similar to the one I had discussed a few weeks ago with CinePlanet, another well-known cinema chain that operates in Peru.
We have already talked a lot about the care that must be taken with the links and files received by mail, especially without being executable. A video was also recently released showing how an apparent Christmas image – which was actually an .exe – could infect the computer without us noticing.
Cinemark Per has informed customers about the situation on their official Facebook account, clarifying that all contests are held through their site www.cinemark-peru.com. They also mentioned that any promotional communication is sent from the official email webpage @ cinemark-peru.com, data that must be taken with tweezers since attackers can make an email spoofing without major complications.
Remember, common sense and care with the downloads you make.
Thank you @natorrante for sending.