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Infostealer Being Distributed to Japanese Users

AhnLab Security Emergency response Center (ASEC) has recently discovered Infostealers disguised as an adult game being distributed to Japanese users. Although the distribution route has not been confirmed as of yet, it can be assumed that the Infostealers are being distributed via torrent or illegal file-sharing websites since it is being disguised as an adult game. The method of distributing malware by disguising it as an adult game is often employed here in Korea as well. Instead of using known…

Distribution of NetSupport RAT Malware Disguised as a Pokemon Game

NetSupport Manager is a remote control tool that can be installed and used by ordinary or corporate users for the purpose of remotely controlling systems. However, it is being abused by many threat actors because it allows external control over specific systems. Unlike backdoors and RATs (Remote Access Trojans), which are mostly based on command lines, remote control tools (Remote Administration Tools) place emphasis on user-friendliness, so they offer remote desktops, also known as GUI environments. Even though they may…