This weeks’ article on Pupy made me wish for a RAT that could be targeted at an OS frequently used by gatekeepers at startups, tech companies, and creative firms: macOS. Once run, a RAT can do particularly severe damage by dumping a user’s stored credentials for many accounts. The best loot lives in the Chrome Password cache, so today we’ll be using EvilOSX, an OSX RAT, to infiltrate macOS and dump these credentials.

Systems like macOS are often neglected in terms of security training, as automatic updates and a hands-free expectation of administration is the experience an Apple user pays for… more


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