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Beware! Your website might be delivering Emotet malware
In 2018, we saw a surge in Emotet activity. Emotet started as a banking trojan but this blog will shed light on how it has also become a “threat distributor”. We will also discuss server-side and client-side activity and how it spreads. Its self-propagation makes it all the more challenging for security vendors to detect it statically. We will explain how the URLs in the spam emails, malware hosted on these URLs are constantly changing and the use of brute forcing for lateral movement. What is Emotet? Emotet malware campaign has existed since 2014. It comes frequently in intervals with different techniques and variants to deliver malware on a victim. We see attackers using complex techniques to evade detection. It has evolved from a standalone banking trojan to complex threat distributor. At the start of 2017, we had seen the Emotet campaign spreading through malspam email with attached PDF and JS file.
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