An anonymous reader writes: BBC is reporting about a new type of phishing email that includes the recipient's home address. The publication, citing sources, claims that thousands of people have already received such malicious emails. Clicking on the email apparently installs malware such as Cryptlocker ransomware on the recipient's computing device. From the report, "Members of the BBC Radio 4's You and Yours team were among those who received the scam emails, claiming they owed hundreds of pounds to UK firms. The firms involved have been inundated with phone calls from worried members of the public. 'The email has good spelling and grammar and my exact home address...when I say exact I mean, not the way my address is written by those autofill sections on web pages, but the way I write my address.'"