How to Check If You’re Harboring the Pinkslipbot Malware

Every now and then a new malware variant appears as a swift reminder that the security stakes are always rising. The QakBot/Pinkslipbot banking Trojan is one of them. The malware, not content with harvesting banking credentials, can now linger and act as a control server — long after a security product stops its original purpose. How does OakBot/Pinkslipbot remain active? And how can you completely remove it from your system? QakBot/Pinkslipbot This banking Trojan goes by two names: QakBot and Pinkslipbot. The malware itself isn’t new. It was first deployed in the late 2000s, but is still causing issues over…

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