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Who Made the List Of 2019's Nastiest Malware?

This year's compilation features well-known ransomware, botnet, and cryptomining software.

Just in time for Halloween comes Webroot's list of the nastiest malware of 2019, filled with attacks and exploits that include ransomware, phishing attacks, botnets, cryptomining, and cryptojacking.

Among the mentions, Emotet, Trickbot, and Ryuk are cited as "the most frightening ransomware triple threat," according to researchers. The "top offenders" in the malware category are Emotet, Trickbot, and Dridex. Meanwhile, Hidden Bee and Retadup are noted for creating cryptojacking havoc.

Webroot's selections are based on malware that delivered the greatest number of malicious payloads or caused the most damage to victims.

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