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April 27, 2022, 6:54 a.m. | Avast Blog

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Emotet has evolved into a monetized botnet-as-a-service platform over time, designed to deploy other malware or run campaigns via pay-per-install (PPI) offers, where cybercriminals pay other cybercriminals with a botnet network of infected devices to spread their malware to the already infected devices. Therefore, Emotet's authors strive for the largest possible Emotet botnet.


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