Trojan.Emotet.BC

Trojan.Emotet.BC Description

Type: Trojan

Trojan.Emotet.BC ScreenshotThe Trojan.Emotet.BC threat, also simply called Emotet, is a variation of the popular Emotet trojan horse that is known for being used in ways to target banking accounts. Trojan.Emotet.BC may load on to a vulnerable computer where it may run undetected and act as a leveraging tool for hackers to target banking accounts.

The various command and control servers used for Trojan.Emotet.BC may be contacted by systems that are infected with Trojan.Emotet.BC to instruct them to carry out various malicious activities over the Internet. Among the most known malicious activities performed by Trojan.Emotet.BC-infected machines is to attack online banking institutions or collect banking data, which may include login credentials.

The various methods for spreading Trojan.Emotet.BC starts with popular ransomware threats, such as Ryuk Ransomware. Additionally, Trojan.Emotet.BC is known to spread the TrickBot Trojan, which is another form of banking malware that may put online banking access at risk of being infiltrated.

There continues to be countless Trojan.Emotet.BC attacks where the specific Trojan.Emotet.BC threat is just one form of Emotet that is running amuck and should be detected and eliminate using the proper antimalware resources.

Aliases

15 security vendors flagged this file as malicious.

Anti-Virus Software Detection
Panda W32/P2Pworm.GS
AVG Worm/Generic.AZYG
Fortinet W32/Injector.HMF!tr
Ikarus Virus.Win32.Injector
AhnLab-V3 Worm/Win32.Palevo
Microsoft TrojanDropper:Win32/Agent.FO
AntiVir TR/Dropper.Gen
DrWeb Win32.HLLW.Lime.18
Comodo TrojWare.Win32.PkdKrap.IG
Sophos Mal/Resdro-A
Kaspersky P2P-Worm.Win32.Palevo.akun
ClamAV Worm.Palevo-6287
eSafe Win32.Worm.Palevo
Avast Win32:Flot [Trj]
Symantec W32.Pilleuz

Technical Information

File System Details

Trojan.Emotet.BC creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 MsMxEng.exe 3cb131b9c7298706a67424c313f2ab55 2

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