GoTitan Botnet Spotted Exploiting Recent Apache ActiveMQ Vulnerability

Threat actors are actively using the recently discovered critical security flaw affecting Apache ActiveMQ to spread a new Go-based botnet called GoTitan and a.NET application called PrCtrl Rat, which has the ability to remotely commandeer the compromised hosts.

The attacks take advantage of a remote code execution bug (CVE-2023-46604, CVSS score: 10.0) that has recently been turned into a weapon by a number of hacker groups, including the Lazarus Group.

Threat actors have been seen to drop next-stage payloads from a remote server after a successful breach. One of these payloads is GoTitan, a botnet that is intended read more GoTitan Botnet Spotted Exploiting Recent Apache ActiveMQ Vulnerability.

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