A remote administration tool (RAT) is a piece of software that allows a remote “operator” to control a system as if they have physical access to that system. While desktop sharing and remote administration have many legal uses, “RAT” software is usually associated with criminal or malicious activity. Malicious RAT software is typically installed without the victim’s knowledge, often as payload of a Trojan horse, and will try to hide its operation from the victim and from security software.Block mouses and keyboardsChange the desktop wallpapersDownloads, uploads, deletes, and rename filesDestroys hardware by overclockingDrop viruses and wormsEdit RegistryUse your internet connection to perform denial of service attacks (DoS)Format drivesSteal passwords, credit card numbersAlter your web browser’s homepageHide desktop icons, task bar and filesSilently install applications
Log keystrokes, keystroke capture softwareOpen CD-ROM trayOverload the RAM/ROM driveSend message boxesPlay soundsControl mouse or keyboardRecord sound with a connected microphoneRecord video with a connected webcamShow fake errorsShutdown, restart, log-off, shut down monitorRecord and control victim’s screen remotelyView, kill, and start tasks in task managerLet the hacker surf the web with the IP-address of the infected computer ICQ: : b
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