The Dun & Bradstreet scam is a variation of the old Better Business Bureau swindle. In this case, a target receives an official-looking email from D&B claiming a complaint has been lodged against them.
The target can see the complaint by clicking on an attachment to the email. Doing so, of course, installs a Trojan on their machine which will steal personal information from the device, according to Barracuda Networks.
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