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Emotet is back: botnet springs back to life with new spam campaign

After a fairly long hiatus that lasted nearly four months, Emotet is back with an active spam distribution campaign. For a few weeks, there were signs that the botnet was setting its gears in motion again, as we observed command and control (C2) server activity. But this morning, the Trojan started pumping out spam, a clear indication it’s ready to jump back into action. The malicious … [Read more...]

Say hello to Baldr, a new stealer on the market

By William Tsing, Vasilios Hioureas, and Jérôme Segura Over the past few months, we have noticed increased activity and development of new stealers. One such new stealer, called Baldr, first appeared in January 2019, and our analysis of this malware finds that its authors were serious about making a long-lasting product. Unlike many banking Trojans that wait for the victim to log into their … [Read more...]

Emotet revisited: pervasive threat still a danger to businesses

One of the most common and pervasive threats for businesses today is Emotet, a banking Trojan turned downloader that has been on our list of top 10 detections for many months in a row. Emotet, which Malwarebytes detects as Trojan.Emotet, has been leveled at consumers and organizations across the globe, fooling users into infecting endpoints through phishing emails, and then spreading laterally … [Read more...]