Remote access trojans: What they are and how to prevent them

Decade of the Rats

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Remote access trojans (RATs) are a type of attacks commonly used by advanced persistent threat (APT) groups.

Much of the world is concerned with cyber espionage in the perpetual firestorm of information gathering, and the prime targets are Linux servers. But why?

They comprise the majority of large data centers responsible for some of the most sensitive enterprise network operations, but their OSs are not a primary focus of security solutions. It’s clear, then – these RATs can be real pests.

Jump into this report to learn more about types of RATs and what they look like.

Vendor:
BlackBerry
Posted:
14 Oct 2020
Published:
14 Oct 2020
Format:
PDF
Length:
46 Page(s)
Type:
Analyst Report
Language:
English
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