The email contains the subject: You’ve received a postcard
It appears that this technique used in distributing this rougue program has been proven effective before as few weeks ago, we’ve spotted another sample file of this fake application being spammed. The email seems to contain an invoice copy coming from United Parcel Service of America and instructs user to open the attachment,invoice.exe, which leads to the installation of RogueAntiSpyware.XPAntispyware2010.
UPS Delivery Problem Number 3512
After executing the file attachement, it will display fake scan and results. Similar to the behavior of other rogue applications, it display several annoying pop-ups and alerts and urges user to buy the program in order to delete the imaginary threats!
As always, PC tools advises PC users to ignore these false alert messages and do not fall into this trick. Regularly update to the latest database via smart update in order to remove this unwanted program as well as the files associated with it.