We've all pretty much gotten used to the fact that malware isn’t likely to go away any time soon. Malware only usually makes the headlines these days if it causes substantial damage or is particularly severe. During the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve mostly heard about malware attacks that either targeted hospitals or made ludicrous ransom demands. Our tendency to overlook the vast destructive potential of seasoned malware is made painfully obvious by incidents such as the downfall of the malware dropper Emotet.
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