Wow! That email isn't even in use or working anymore along with the website. The domain is parked at our web host, but that's it.
My apologies! I'll look into that!
Tech/Music Manager - YNOP Radio
106 Cooperative Way, Suite 102
Kalispell, MT 59901
Please excuse the typing issues. Sent from my mobile device.
On Mar 29, 2017, at 22:02, Ron Huckeby <email@example.com
Nicholas Tobiason at KALS radio is Mr. VoxRox. I suspect he has been hack or his website.
Ron Huckeby, CBRE
From: Sherrod Munday [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 6:53 AM
To: CRTech <email@example.com>
Subject: [CRTech] Caution: targeted infected email supposedly from "CRTech"
Good morning, CRTech!
I have to say -- in all my years of using email, this is the first time I've seen this specific ploy against a listserv. Either someone on this list just got smacked with a virus that scraped their inbox for possible targets, or something/someone is looking at online archives to gather addresses and other info to appear more legitimate.
The email was delivered directly to my email address -- **NOT** through the CRTech listserv.
My spam filter caught and flagged it, but it's interesting to me that the virus/sender used a name & .sig of "CRTech" with a return email address of something related to radio. (I can't tell if the email is from a valid CRTech listserv member or not -- I don't recognize "voxrox" as anyone who's posted before, and I don't know the other recipients either.) The headers reveal that the email originated in France.
The link (removed for obvious reasons) goes to some offshore site - no doubt it hosts either a phishing attack or just pure malware/ransomware.
This is just another great example why you need to be careful and examine each email for links and content that may look legitimate upon a cursory glance.
To paraphrase the tag line some others use here on the list:
Date: March 29, 2017 at 5:30:23 EDT
I've recently visited a nice place, just take a look, you're going to love it for sure! Here are some pics of it (link removed).