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New Variant of Emotet Banking Trojan Malware Detected

By SentinelOne Labs -

A new variant of the banking trojan malware known as Emotet has been spreading in an infected Word document. Once a user is infected, the malware tries to collect browser and email passwords. It may also use the infected machine to spread. This malware family typically spreads via phishing email spam which have links to hacked websites that host the malicious document.


Emotet Banking Trojan Malware


SentinelOne Protection from the Emotet Banking Trojan Malware

SentinelOne customers are protected from this threat. Below is a video demonstrating the detection.

Sample Hashes

SHA256 – 7cca822e0fdfeca033762213bf16a3f04d7cac8c345f84a0d740324d97f671c0



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