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Emotet Trojan is Back from a Hiatus

Email sent: Oct 8, 2019 3:28pm
The destructive Emotet trojan has returned from a brief hiatus with new methods of compromising systems.

Hi ,

Recent reports have shown the destructive Emotet trojan making a resurgence in the last month with new tactics, techniques, and procedures to evade detection and compromise systems. It's returned with a new evasive deployment mechanism that leverages email harvesting to trick users and can be used as a platform to drop other advanced malware.

Read our latest Threat Report to learn more about the ever-changing threat vector and how AppGuard can stop it at the earliest stage without compromise

Download Here

Think you may be at risk of a breach? Contact us today

Stay safe,

Brandan Lickey

Blue Ridge Networks   14120 Parke Long Court #103    Chantilly  Virginia   20151   United States

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