TrickBot is a banking Trojan which targets sensitive information and acts as a dropper for other malware. Trickbot is usually spread via malicious malspam campaigns. These campaigns send unsolicited emails that direct users to download malware from malicious websites or trick the user into opening malware through an attachment. Trickbot has a new functionality of called TrickBoot makes use of tools to check devices for well-known vulnerabilities that allow attackers to inject malicious code in the UEFI/BIOS firmware of a device. TrickBot performing reconnaissance for firmware vulnerabilities. This activity sets the stage for TrickBot operators to perform more active measures such as the installation of firmware implants and backdoors or the destruction (bricking) of a targeted device. It is quite possible that threat actors are already exploiting these vulnerabilities against high-value targets.