Xtreme RAT

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Hackers dropping Zeus in...
February 19, 2014

Hackers are dropping standard malware such as Zeus, in favour of more advanced but harder-to-use remote access Trojans (RATs) such as Xtreme RAT, according to security firm FireEye. Senior researcher at FireEye Narottama Villeneuve reported uncovering the trend in a blog post. "During our investigation we found that the majority of Xtreme RAT activity is associated with spam campaigns that RAT is a notorious RAT that has been freely available...

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FireEye unearths European MoleRat infection problem
June 03, 2014
of a broken botnet. "Xtreme RAT is now being used in some high-volume attacks. It is being distributed as a payload of traditional large-volume spam runs," it said then. "So far, Xtreme RAT has not been used as the payload of advanced exploits. Rather users are lured into installing the RAT through a variety of social engineering schemes."...
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February 24, 2014
, security firm FireEye reported a notable trend that hackers are starting to shun basic malware such as Zeus, in favour of more advanced but harder-to-use remote access Trojans (RATs) such as Xtreme RAT. This hackers are unstoppable No way to freeze these attackers Dell Venue 8 Pro reviewAnother Windows 8 machine to tempt the corporate buyer Hackers dropping Zeus in favour of...
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Governments warned of email malware threat after Israel...
January 27, 2014
were reportedly laced with the infamous Xtreme RAT remote access Trojan and were designed to look like they came from Israel's anti-terrorist Shin Bet secret security agency. Raff said despite a machine in the ministry's Civil Administration. This division monitors the movement of goods and people between Israel and the West Bank and Gaza. The Xtreme RAT...
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Middle Eastern hackers...
April 01, 2014

community that hackers are tweaking their attacks to use RATs. Advanced threat specialist FireEye uncovered evidence in February that hackers are dropping standard malware such as Zeus, in favour of more advanced but harder-to-use RATs, such as Xtreme RAT.

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June 25, 2013
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