Fake HMRC “Critical Notice: Statement of Liabilities” delivers Trickbot — 1 Comment

  1. What has always worried me about this type of infection method is, if they
    download an encrypted exe file, then decrypt it in memory and launch, then antivirus software
    would not be a defense. Most of these are created same day, so antivirus wouldn’t catch them anyway.
    The threat is that generally, exe files are not allowed to be downloaded.
    If it’s encrypted, then run, it wouldn’t look like an exe file and could pass firewalls, etc.

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