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New Campaigns Distributing Emotet Threat

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Dears, Please advise if we are protected from the attached. Regards,
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McAfee Employee akatt
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Re: New Campaigns Distributing Emotet Threat

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Emotet is a banking Trojan, and Ransomware is, well, Ransomware.

If the ask is to help identify whether or not McAfee provides coverage for a recent Emotet outbreak, we can certainly help by first gathering (at a minimum) a list of MD5 hashes.  These could come from a blog, an article, or any source reallly.  We have a fairly easy method of determining coverage, but it starts with first having a hash list.  It is almost impossible to cross-reference a detection name, unless it is a McAfee detection name.

@User30708443 If you happen to have a link or something that we can use to obtain the hash list concerning this mentioned campaign, we can certainly assist further.


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McAfee Employee chealey
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Re: New Campaigns Distributing Emotet Threat

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Hi @User30708443 

Can you share the hashes with us?

If you have a sample, please upload this to an SR opened with the point product MALWARE. See KB68030 for more info.

Many thanks

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@User30708443 We ask because there is no attachment to your post.

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Re: New Campaigns Distributing Emotet Threat

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The customer is ASKING if he IS Protected to THIS Threat. He does not HAVE the ransomware otherweise he would not type on forums and maybe have a heartattack. He has the info from SC Magazine or maybe even an Mcafee BLOG like we did read today this morning.

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Re: New Campaigns Distributing Emotet Threat

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Emotet is a banking Trojan, and Ransomware is, well, Ransomware.

If the ask is to help identify whether or not McAfee provides coverage for a recent Emotet outbreak, we can certainly help by first gathering (at a minimum) a list of MD5 hashes.  These could come from a blog, an article, or any source reallly.  We have a fairly easy method of determining coverage, but it starts with first having a hash list.  It is almost impossible to cross-reference a detection name, unless it is a McAfee detection name.

@User30708443 If you happen to have a link or something that we can use to obtain the hash list concerning this mentioned campaign, we can certainly assist further.


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