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Adwind Remote Access Trojan Still Going Strong

Posted by Amanda Kline on Nov 1, '17

 A Java-based Adwind Remote Access Trojan campaign has been observed sending spam emails containing a malicious JAR file under the guise of “Request For Quotation,” “Transfer Import,” “Swift Copy,” “Proforma Invoice,” “DHL Delivery Notification” and many others.  Adwind, also known as jRAT and JSocket, is a cross-platform remote access tool designed to run on Mac OS, Windows, Linux, and Android systems to exfiltrate sensitive data from its victims. It has been known to, but is not limited to, log keystrokes, take pictures and record audio, steal cached data such as passwords and form fills, download/execute malware, amass system and user information, and modify registry entries.

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Topics: Remote Acccess Trojan, Adwind


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