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June 2019’s Most Wanted Malware: Emotet Takes a Break, But Possibly Not for Long

Check Point’s researchers confirm the Emotet botnet infrastructure has been inactive for most of June, but may return with new capabilities.

Check Point Research has recently published its latest Global Threat Index for June 2019.  The research team confirms that Emotet (the largest Botnet currently in operation) has been down, with no new campaigns seen during most of June. Emotet has featured in the top 5 malware globally during the first six months of 2019 and has been distributed in massive spam campaigns.

Malware Emotet

Check Point’s researchers believe that Emotet’s infrastructure could be offline for maintenance and upgrade operations and that as soon as its servers are up and running again, Emotet will be reactivated with new, enhanced threat capabilities.

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