In recent years, with the active efforts of law enforcements to takedown infamous Trojan spywares such as Dridex and GameOver Zeus, one could claim that their status as a predominant threat has died down and given way to ransom malware. But this has not not stopped small groups of individuals from trying to keep this lineage of malware alive. The increasing popularity of Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) platforms has provided a new way for criminals to keep themselves on the malware profit chain by enticing ...

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