System Fix malware program is nowadays being actively spread by means of bogus e-mails supposedly sent by United States Postal Service. But in reality they are originated by hackers, spammers and cyber frauds aiming to make you one of their victims. Youâ€™ve got to be really careful if you receive any of such e-mails. The screenshot in the left part of this article clearly depicts how exactly these fabricated and malicious USPS emails look like. As you clearly see, they have certain attachment named as post_label.zip or post_label.exe . The e-mail prompts you into opening it as well as the attachment. As you see, the trick of this plot is as follows. The e-mail says that the postman or driver allegedly came to your house with the parcel for you while you were away. The message also says that in order to receive it you must indicate a special post label which you can supposedly retrieve in the attachment. However, once the attachment is actually opened the malware installation file would be finally executed, thus bringing the malwares like System Fix into your PC. By the way, there are chances that this virus will be soon modified and slightly amended to bear the new name. This might take place today or several weeks later because the cyber frauds are awake all the time trying to create new rogue and fake hard drive defragmenters like System Fix hoax.