Tag: Remote Access Trojan

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Screen recording app was spying on its users

Screen recording app was spying on its users

ESET reports that an Android app was secretly spying on its users. iRecorder - Screen Recorder introduced malicious code through an app update almost a year after its initial listing on Google Play. ESET's research exposed that this code enabled the app to covertly upload one minute of ambient audi... Read more

date9 months ago
Cybercriminals use Microsoft OneNote attachments to spread malware

Cybercriminals use Microsoft OneNote attachments to spread malware

Security researchers warn that cybercriminals have started using OneNote attachments in phishing emails to infect victims with remote access malware, allowing attackers to steal passwords and even cryptocurrency wallets. The tactic isn't new, as attackers have been sending malware through malici... Read more

date1 year ago
Researchers find malicious info-stealing packages in PyPI

Researchers find malicious info-stealing packages in PyPI

Security firm Phylum discovered six malicious packages on the Python Package Index (PyPI). The packages installed info-stealing RAT (remote access trojan) malware using Cloudflare Tunnel to bypass firewalls. The packages attempted to steal sensitive user information from browsers, run shell comm... Read more

date1 year ago
Magento stores face wave of TrojanOrders attacks

Magento stores face wave of TrojanOrders attacks

At least seven criminal groups are responsible for a significant increase in TrojanOrders attacks on Magento 2 websites, which exploit a flaw that allows malicious actors to infect vulnerable servers. Sansec, a website security firm, said that the assaults target nearly 40 percent of all Magento... Read more

date1 year ago
A backdoor RAT for macOS, Windows, and Linux only recently found

A backdoor RAT for macOS, Windows, and Linux only recently found

Researchers have discovered a terrifying new form of malware written from scratch. It is designed to target systems running macOS, Windows, and Linux. Before it was found, this piece of backdoor malware was not detectable by any malware scanning engines. The researchers who discovered the malwar... Read more

date2 years ago