Remote Access Trojan (RAT): Meaning, Examples & Everything Worth Reminding

Backdoors are a major threat to anyone. Remote access trojans are yet another tool to provide the backdoor access

Remote access Trojans are software that allows unauthorized access to a victim’s computer or covert surveillance. Remote access Trojans are often disguised as legitimate programs and give the attacker unhindered access. Their capabilities include tracking user behavior, copying files, and using bandwidth for criminal activity. What is a Remote Access Trojan (RAT)? A RAT (Remote… Continue reading Remote Access Trojan (RAT): Meaning, Examples & Everything Worth Reminding

Reverse Shell vs. Backdoor : What is the Differences?

Backdoor and Reverse Shell are very similar, which may lead you to believe they are the same thing. But take your time with conclusions on this point; we have given you the below guidance on the difference between the two mechanisms. What is Backdoor? Backdoors are methods of bypassing a computer’s security measures that aren’t… Continue reading Reverse Shell vs. Backdoor : What is the Differences?

Hackers Compromise Comm100 Live Chat to Attack a Supply Chain

The official installer of the Comm100 Live Chat SaaS application, which is widely used by companies to communicate with customers and website visitors, has been infected with a Trojan. The malicious version of the application was distributed through the vendor’s website from at least September 26 to September 29, 2022. As a result, organizations from… Continue reading Hackers Compromise Comm100 Live Chat to Attack a Supply Chain

Developer of CodeRAT Trojan Releases Source Code

The source code for the CodeRAT remote access trojan has been published on GitHub. This happened after the security researchers identified the malware developer and called him to account because of the attacks in which this “tool” was used. SafeBreach experts say that the attacks using CodeRAT were built as follows: the campaign was aimed… Continue reading Developer of CodeRAT Trojan Releases Source Code

TrickBot Hack Group Systematically Attacks Ukraine

IBM Security X-Force experts noticed that from the very beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion, the TrickBot hack group “systematically attacks” Ukraine, which has not been observed before. It is believed that from mid-April to June 2022, hackers have already organized at least six such phishing campaigns. Let me remind you that the TrickBot hack… Continue reading TrickBot Hack Group Systematically Attacks Ukraine

ZuoRAT Trojan Hacks Asus, Cisco, DrayTek and NETGEAR Routers

Lumen Black Lotus Labs has discovered a new Remote Access Trojan (RAT) called ZuoRAT, attacking remote workers’ routers in North America and Europe since 2020. The malware appeared in the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic but remained unnoticed for more than two years. The researchers write that the complexity of this targeted campaign, as… Continue reading ZuoRAT Trojan Hacks Asus, Cisco, DrayTek and NETGEAR Routers

Facts to Remember About Trojan Malware

In this article, we will consider one of the vilest, unpleasant, seemingly harmless, malware. We will present you here all about Trojan malware, its types, examples of how to avoid it, and how to defend against it. And if you are already faced with such a problem then read carefully everything that will be presented… Continue reading Facts to Remember About Trojan Malware

Europol and Intelligence Agencies of 11 Countries Destroyed the FluBot Trojan Infrastructure

Europol announced that law enforcement officers, as a result of an international operation, destroyed one of the fastest-spreading malware – the FluBot Trojan. Let me remind you that we also talked about the fact that Law enforcement officers closed the hacker resource RaidForums, and also that the US authorities arrest Kaseya hacker and attacker associated… Continue reading Europol and Intelligence Agencies of 11 Countries Destroyed the FluBot Trojan Infrastructure

Germans Interested in the Situation in Ukraine Are Attacked by the PowerShell RAT Malware

An unknown hacker attacked German users who are interested in information about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, infecting them with PowerShell RAT malware (more precisely, a remote access trojan) and stealing their data. Let me remind you that we wrote that Hacker groups split up: some of them support Russia, others Ukraine, and also that… Continue reading Germans Interested in the Situation in Ukraine Are Attacked by the PowerShell RAT Malware

20 Dangerous Types of Cybersecurity Threats 2022

The cybersecurity threats in 2022 are more considerable than ever. Due to the emergence of efficient ransomware, coin miners, spyware, and so on, hacking has become a consistently profitable business. Knowing about cybersecurity threats is crucial because it livens up the safety measures. In addition, when you’re aware of what is up against you on… Continue reading 20 Dangerous Types of Cybersecurity Threats 2022