Posts Tagged ‘remote access trojan (RAT)’

New Nerbian RAT spreads via malspam campaigns using COVID-19

Researchers spotted a new remote access trojan, named Nerbian RAT, which implements sophisticated evasion and anti-analysis techniques. Researchers from Proofpoint discovered a new remote access trojan called Nerbian RAT that implements sophisticated anti-analysis and anti-reversing capabilities. The malware spreads via malspam campaigns using COVID-19 and World Health Organization (WHO) themes. The name of the RAT […]

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DCRat, only $5 for a fully working remote access trojan

Researchers warn of a remote access trojan called DCRat (aka DarkCrystal RAT) that is available for sale on Russian cybercrime forums. Cybersecurity researchers from BlackBerry are warning of a remote access trojan called DCRat (aka DarkCrystal RAT) that is available for sale on Russian cybercrime forums. The DCRat backdoor is very cheap, it appears to […]

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SEO poisoning campaign aims at delivering RAT, Microsoft warns

Microsoft spotted a series of attacks that use SEO poisoning to deliver a remote access trojan (RAT) used by threat actors to steal sensitive data. Microsoft is monitoring a wave of cyber attacks that leverages SEO poisoning to deliver a remote access trojan (RAT) to steal sensitive data from the infected systems The IT giant […]

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