The infrastructure of today's most dangerous botnet built by cybercriminals using the Emotet malware was taken down following an international coordinated action coordinated by Europol ...
Law enforcement authorities in Europe and North America took control of the Emotet infrastructure.
Europol and FBI among agencies that have taken control of the botnet infrastructure used by cyber criminals behind some of the most prolific malware and ransomware attacks.
Global law enforcement agencies have seized control of Emotet infrastructure, disrupting one of the world's most pervasive and dangerous cyber threats.
The infamous botnet has been disrupted thanks to an international effort across the US, Canada, and several European nations.
Law enforcement agencies dismantled the infrastructure of Emotet, a notorious email-based Windows malware behind several botnet-driven spam campaigns.
A malware botnet that was used by cybercriminals to infiltrate thousands of companies and millions of computers worldwide has been taken down in an international operation.
U.S. and European law enforcement agencies said Wednesday they had seized control of the computing infrastructure used by Emotet, a botnet of infected machines that has been one of the most ...
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