While a great deal of focus for research into botnet trojans is on the multipurpose utility of this malware, many of these same tools are still utilized for direct financial crimes and fraud. This configuration data, provides a prima-facie insight into some of the preferred means for monetary gains by threat actors. An example of this can be found in the most recent rounds of TrickBot malware configurations. These XML documents describe the targeted login pages for online services and the action the malware is to take when a victim visits one. Many of the targeted resources reference the login pages for online banking portals, as many malware tools with financial-crimes capabilities often do. However, TrickBot’s targeting of cryptocurrency wallet services also an interesting insight into this malware’s targeting and its relationship to its predecessor, the Dyre trojan.