There seemed to be an increase of phishing emails with malware payload lately.
Yesterday, on Nov 9th, 2012, I received an email supposedly from MY own accounts department (firstname.lastname@example.org) with an official looking subject:
I tried to save the html attachment as ‘txt’ – see the screenshot below:
But ZoneAlarm did not allow me – it intercepted and promptly treated the trojan.
Besides spammers/hackers sending you this file (via email), this Trojan:JS/Redirector.W can also be stored as an embedded script in malicious Web pages (or legitimate sites/pages that had been hacked).
When a user visits the page, the script could execute exploit code that targets specific versions of Adobe Flash Player.
For more info, please visit: Microsoft’s Threat Encyclopedia