NavRAT

A remote access trojan (RAT) targeting Korean users via emails containing malicious Hangul Word Processor (HWP) documents.

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MnuBot

A banking trojan targeting victims in Brazil that uses a remote Microsoft SQL database as their C2 server to avoid detection by making connections to it seem like legitimate and innocuous Microsoft SQL traffic.

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GravityRAT

A remote access trojan delivered via malicious Microsoft Office Word documents spread through spam. The trojan is able to detect is a Virtual Machine (VM) is running on the system using a WMI request in order to get the current temperature of the hardware.

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OopsIE

A trojan that creates a VBscript file that contains a path to an executable. Once a connection is made, there are three commands that the trojan can run on the infected system: Run Command, Upload a file, and Download a specified file.

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Coldroot RAT

A remote access trojan that persists on affected computers with full system access. It can spawn new remote desktop sessions, take screen captures and assemble them into a live stream of the affected desktop, start and kill processes on the target system, and can search, download, upload, and execute files.

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Olympic Destroyer

The opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics held in Pyeongchang, South Korea was disrupted by a cyber-attack caused by the Olympic Destroyer trojan designed to destroy data. This trojan caused faulty Wi-Fi connections, disrupted television and internet services, and knocked the main press center offline.

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