Veteran security researcher Chester Wisniewski says the takedown of the Emotet botnet is to be welcomed but notes that the primary Emotet operators were not apprehended, which meant that they would rebuild new infrastructure and go back to business as usual.
Authorities in a number of European countries, along with the US and Canada, have disrupted the activities of the Emotet botnet.
Singapore-based security outfit Group-IB says it consulted international law enforcement bodies Europol and Interpol before it published a detailed document about a Kazakh man who had been the subject of a sealed indictment issued by the US Government.
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