jRAT Leverages Crypter Service to Stay Undetected

By Ionut Arghire

In recently observed attacks, the jRAT backdoor was using crypter services hosted on the dark web to evade detection, Trustwave security researchers have discovered.

Also known as Adwind, AlienSpy, Frutas, Unrecom, and Sockrat, the jRAT malware is a Windows-based Remote Access Trojan (RAT) discovered several years ago that has already infected <span style="color: #0563c1;background-color: …read more

Via:: Security Week