This week I received an email looking very realistic with a Word document that made it through the AV gateway from the Canadian Revenue Agency, it is tax season after all and everyone must be extra vigilant. The Word document got me curious since it is from CRA and named SecureDoc.doc, after all, when you hear SecureDoc you think of WinMagic[1], in this case, it has no relation.


I examined a copy of the file using Didier Stevens oledump.py[2] to find out if there was anything I could get from this file. I dumped the content and saw it contains 3 macros (identified by the M).


I checked each of the macro sections 12, 13 width:681px" />
[1] https://www.winmagic.com
[2] https://blog.didierstevens.com/2014/12/17/introducing-oledump-py/
[3] https://www.hybrid-analysis.com/sample/caec8c4e5cfbc59b34bd64b87cec0f10bcfecee11a79f05d9a2e37c26230ca9d?environmentId=100
[4] https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/fcd0eef7dec8141df9704da6fcf6543d6b18526ef2944b2a225b36883c7a0b4a/analysis/1487945938/

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Guy Bruneau IPSS Inc.
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