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The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Sakurel' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-04-13.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Zeus' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-06-14.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'TrickBot' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-05-18.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Ramnit' family of malware. The sample platform is Document. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-08-23.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-01-04.

This strike sends a malware sample known as DarkComet. DarkComet and related variants are a family of remote access trojans designed to provide an attacker with control over an infected system. Capabilities of this malware include the ability to download files from a user's machine, mechanisms for persistence and hiding, and the ability to send back usernames and passwords from the infected...

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'SmsThief' family of malware. The sample targets Android platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-06-29.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'TeslaCrypt' family of malware. The sample platform is Document. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-01-20.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Ramnit' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-04-26.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Sakurel' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-07-04.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Sofacy' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-08-16.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'StopCrypt' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-02-06.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-04-19.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Svpeng' family of malware. The sample targets Android platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-06-22.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'StopCrypt' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-06-07.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-04-03.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Sakurel' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-02-18.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Crypmodadv' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-05-22.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'TrickBot' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-07-27.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Dridex' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-01-16.

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