The message rar attachment contains an executable file: the malware itself. Stolen data is exfiltrated with smtp.
The Islamic State loses another important commander in Iraq. The man, formerly a member of AQI, was freed by the former ISIS when the group conquered Mosul in 2014. Subsequently, he became a killer and an expert in the manufacture of bombs
The Islamic State loses another important commander in Iraq. The man, of whom no details were provided, was just captured by the ISF in Mosul during a targeted raid. According to Baghdad intelligence, the terrorist had initially joined al Qaeda in 2005 in the Middle Eastern country (AQI), but was subsequently arrested and detained in jail. When the former ISIS conquered a large part of the nation in 2014, he was freed along with other prisoners and joined the ranks of the group. Over time he became an expert in bomb making and a master assassin. In addition, he distinguished himself in attacks on Sinjar, killing many Yazidis in cold blood. After the liberation of Mosul, he hid in the city continuing to operate against IS as a killer and facilitator.