HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report Q4 new 2021

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Hp Welcome to the Q4 2021 edition of HP Wolf Security Threat Insights.

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The report reviews notable malware isolated by HP Wolf Security in the last quarter of 2021, so that security teams can better understand the threat landscape and defend their environments. Highlights from this report include:


Nearly sixfold increase in attackers using Excel add-ins (.XLL) to infect systems and how an increasing number of malware technology families are being distributed using this. We expect this trend to continue throughout 2022, but it remains to be seen whether add-ins for Excel will replace battle-powered execution technologies such as Office macros.

How Aggah, a financially motivated threat group, targeted South Korean organizations with malicious PowerPoint add-ins (.PPA) to provide remote access to companies by Trojans.
How a fake Discord hosting malware appeared to be the installer of the popular chat app, tricking users into infecting their computers with RedLine, an information thief.

The return of Emotet and its change in tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).
The most important vulnerabilities and exploited file types have been isolated

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