In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats, one particular malware emerged as the dominant force in 2023, causing widespread disruption across organizations worldwide.

According to Check Point's latest report, a banking Trojan discovered in 2008, targets sensitive information like passwords, emails, and credit card details. Its propagation through spam emails and utilization of sophisticated techniques, such as anti-VM, anti-debugging, and anti-sandbox methods, make it challenging to detect and analyze.

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