A Trojan horse has been recently identified as posing as a tax-return related email. The aim of this malware campaign is to trick users into opening it. This dubious tax-return related email is accompanied with a zip file, which will carry your name. For instance if your email id is firstname.lastname@example.org, the name of the zip will be samantha.zip. Inside this zip file will be an executable file. Once you click the executable file, the malware will take control of your pc, allowing its writer to access your computer remotely. You can safeguard yourself against this backdoor Trojan horse and other malware by installing an advanced antivirus tool and scanning downloaded files before running them.