According to malware researchers at HP-Bromium in an October 2020 Threat Insights Report, The number of Emotet detections increased 1200% from July to September. Emotet is distributed through malicious attachments sent over email, and it serves as a loader for other malware, such as Trickbot or Qakbot. The uptick of Emotet infections could lead to a corresponding increase of ransomware, which is the most common end result after threat actors gain access to systems and expand their control over an enterprise domain.
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