Malware authors are increasingly becoming motivated by financial gain. As such, new generations of malware are being created to remain undetected and carry out missions designed to result in financial gain for the attacking parties. These missions may include the compromise of user banking credentials, the theft of credit card numbers, or the use of a compromised system for online fraud. The following is an analysis of active memory of a system infected with file-less malware called Poweliks.
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