Since the lull in Emotet activity at the beginning of June 2019 and AZORult, Dridex and ransomware campaigns have become more prominent. In July 2019 we observed a phishing campaign delivering the Dridex banking Trojan. The payload was isolated by Bromium Secure Platform and captured the malware, which helped us to analyse its infection chain and to understand how the attack worked. In this blog post, we go through the stages of its infection chain to showcase how Dridex uses five code injection techniques to masquerade itself as legitimate Windows processes (MITRE ATT&CK technique T1036) to avoid detection.