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The Emotet Trojan is a polymorphic banking Trojan which first was seen in 2014. The Trojan is known for its capabilities of performing spam campaigns and its powerful modules which allow it to steal credentials, read out emails and perform lateral movement on networks.
The Trickbot Trojan is a banking trojan that has a focus on infecting Windows operating systems. Trickbot was developed in 2016 and it is one of the recent banking Trojans which has been inspired by the Dyreza Banking Trojan. Trickbot is a persistent banking Trojan.
Phishing is a term which describes attacks which are performed on individuals that may hold information that is valuable to the attacker. The information that is often targeted consists but it is not limited to personally identifiable information, passwords and credit card details.