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The chronicles of Emotet

04
Dec
2020
The chronicles of Emotet

More than six years have passed since the banking Trojan Emotet was first detected. During this time it has repeatedly mutated, changed direction, acquired partners, picked up modules, and generally been the cause of high-profile incidents and multimillion-dollar losses. The malware is still in fine fettle, and remains one of the most potent cybersecurity threats out there. The Trojan is distributed through spam, which it sends itself, and can spread over local networks and download other malware.

All its “accomplishments” have been described thoroughly in various publications and reports from companies and independent researchers. This being the case, we decided to summarize and collect in one place everything that is currently known about Emotet.

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