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Emotet is the most common malware

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May
2022
Emotet is the most common malware

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HP announced that the HP Wolf Security threat research team has identified a 27-fold increase in detections resulting from Emotet malicious spam campaigns in Q1 2022, compared to Q4 2021 – when Emotet first made its reappearance.

The latest global HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report – which provides analysis of real-world cybersecurity attacks – shows that Emotet has bolted up 36 places to become the most common malware family detected this quarter (representing 9% of all malware captured).

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