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Emotet February 2019 Wk 4 C2i



OTX Pulse:https://otx.alienvault.com/pulse/5c74e87bf481ce4d9544c4ef



Indicator type Indicator
IPv4 107.10.49.252
IPv4 12.235.180.10
IPv4 133.242.164.31
IPv4 138.201.140.110
IPv4 147.135.210.39
IPv4 153.121.36.202
IPv4 167.114.210.191
IPv4 172.98.243.40
IPv4 173.21.116.239
IPv4 173.255.196.209
IPv4 173.8.8.73
IPv4 178.62.37.188
IPv4 187.138.90.97
IPv4 187.153.90.98
IPv4 191.92.83.137
IPv4 197.245.16.149
IPv4 208.78.100.202
IPv4 208.82.45.8
IPv4 211.115.111.19
IPv4 217.13.106.160
IPv4 24.151.31.150
IPv4 24.153.169.62
IPv4 24.185.185.187
IPv4 45.123.3.54
IPv4 45.63.17.206
IPv4 5.230.147.179
IPv4 50.31.0.160
IPv4 62.75.187.192
IPv4 62.75.191.231
IPv4 64.19.74.49
IPv4 64.228.72.40
IPv4 66.193.130.13
IPv4 67.205.149.117
IPv4 69.198.17.7
IPv4 70.115.70.154
IPv4 70.116.68.186
IPv4 71.244.183.150
IPv4 71.41.68.158
IPv4 75.91.3.133
IPv4 75.99.239.150
IPv4 79.75.233.224
IPv4 83.222.124.62
IPv4 87.106.210.123
IPv4 94.76.200.114
IPv4 96.20.172.107
IPv4 99.139.140.129

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