In one of my previous articles, I discussed ShinoBot, a remote administration tool that makes itself obvious. The goal is to see if the user could detect a remote administration tool or RAT on their system. In this article, I’ll be demonstrating the use of Pupy, an actual RAT, on a target Ubuntu 16.04 server.

A RAT is a program that allows the remote control and administration of a computer, either for technical support or more nefarious goals. I’ve been a fan of RATs since I was first introduced to them. I spent more time than I’d like to admit playing with tools like Sub7 and Backorifice… more


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