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March 16, 2023, 7:22 p.m. | Cofense

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Beginning in December 2022, Microsoft Office OneNote (.one) files have been used in malicious emails to deliver multiple malware families, including the well-known QakBot and Emotet. Threat actors have likely been experimenting with .one files as an alternative to Office macros, which are now becoming less common. Word and Excel documents with Office macros were […]

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