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Emotet C2 Network IOC December 2018 Week 2 Campaign

Article by Vishal Thakur

OTX Feed:

Ip AddressCountryRegionCityStatus KingdomValid KingdomGlasgow CityGlasgowValid KingdomGlasgow CityGlasgowValid KingdomGlasgow CityGlasgowValid KingdomLondon, City ofLondonValid FeRosarioValid StatesCaliforniaSanta ClaraValid StatesNew JerseyCliftonValid RepublicDistrito NacionalSanta DomingoValid D.C.BogotáValidínValid GotalandGothenburgValid Aires F.D.Buenos AiresValid CityMexico CityValid CityMexico CityValid de Baja CaliforniaMexicaliValidórdobaValid de PichinchaQuitoValid de Santa CruzSanta CruzValid FeRosarioValidínValid D.C.BogotáValid StatesNew JerseyNewarkValid StatesTexasSan AntonioValid CityMinskValidŌsakaOsakaValid StatesWashingtonSeattleValidŌsakaOsakaValid KingdomSuffolkIpswichValid Arab EmiratesDubaiDubaiValid KingdomReadingReadingValid

Sample: 43FF308DCF98F48EDFAEE4C662641BAA


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