Remcos RAT Spreading Through Adult Games in New Attack Wave

In South Korea, webhards have been used to spread the Remcos remote access trojan (RAT), which is masquerading as adult-themed games.

Throughout the nation, people upload, download, and exchange files via WebHard, also known as web hard drive.

Although webhards have been used to propagate DDoS botnet malware, UDP RAT, and njRAT in the past, the most recent investigation from the AhnLab Security Emergency Response Center (ASEC) reveals that Remcos RAT has been distributed using this technique.

These assaults pose as adult games to fool users into accepting booby-trapped files that, when opened, allow malicious Visual Basic scripts read more Remcos RAT Spreading Through Adult Games in New Attack Wave.

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