The emails are good imitations of legitimate Craigslist automated email notifications, and have a rather legitimate looking sender address and name, too:
There the exploit kit awaits and tries to take advantage of a slew of vulnerabilities that might exist on the targets' computer and serve malware.
Users are advised never to follow links from unsolicited emails, however legitimate they might appear.
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