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New Malware Strains Trickbot and Emotet Can Bypass Antivirus Software

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Recently discovered malware strains are now using coronavirus text to trick antivirus software. TrickBot and Emotet have started using text from different coronavirus news stories to bypass the security software and tricking the AI and infect your computer with Trojans. While antivirus software is programmed to identify malicious content, sometimes the use of these coronavirus news texts help the malware bypass the security measures.

Hackers distribute the malware through phishing campaigns as well as other cyberattacks. The developers usually use a hidden program called a crypter to hide the malicious code. Hackers do this to get through the first stage, which is bypassing the users' antivirus software. The technique has been effective bypassing the security software which uses machine learning or AI for the software to detect malicious programs. Despite this complicated feature, hackers are still able to find a way to get through the software.


Emotet can hack into Wi-Fi networks. Be extremely careful with opening any type of file online because Emotet hack into your Wi-Fi network. Hacking into the Wi-Fi network to access private IP code and other identifications. Trickbot can access your emails. Trickbot can bypass antivirus software. It can access your information, including emails and other conversations.

By and large, the Coronavirus strings being used by the malware crypter generator deploy public news content to frustrate certain machine learning static file parsers. This string addition technique allows the hackers to create encrypted binaries that might allow bypasses of AI/ML engines in antivirus software.