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Security researchers at Check Point have detected an evolved and more dangerous form of a notorious information-stealing trojan that is spreading fast globally, targeting both organizations and individuals. First identified in 2008, the Qbot trojan harvests browsing data and financial information, including online banking details. Check Point’s researchers found several campaigns using Qbot’s new strain between March and August 2020. In one of the campaigns, Qbot was being distributed by the Emotet trojan, a banking Trojan that can steal data by eavesdropping on network traffic, leading Check Point researchers to believe that Qbot has new malware distribution techniques…

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