IBM X-Force researchers detected, reverse engineered, reconstructed and simulated a Delphi-based Brazilian remote access Trojan.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered, reverse engineered and reconstructed AVLay, a remote access Trojan that mixes DLL hijacking with a legitimate executable borrowed from various antivirus programs.
Researchers observed the TA505 threat group spreading a previously undocumented remote access Trojan (RAT) called tRaT.
Security researchers recently uncovered a scary version of GhostCtrl, an Android RAT with advanced capabilities that can be very difficult to detect.
A new report detailed how Adwind, a remote access tool, is surging in popularity and putting countless users at risk for cyberattack.
Organizations across a range of industries are being targeted in a sophisticated campaign that uses malware to put critical information at risk.
A remote access Trojan remained undetected for several years due to its unconventional operating methods. Here's what to know about the Cardinal RAT.
A recently discovered remote access tool (RAT) has stealthy and novel communication methods, which comes in handy as it attacks Korean users.
IT leaders must be vigilant when using remote management software. Attackers can exploit these tools to infect devices with malware and build botnets.
Many cybercriminals today use social engineering as a means of carrying out attacks. In fact, this method is among the most popular attack types.