From Agent.BTZ to ComRAT v4: A ten‑year journey | WeLiveSecurity

From Agent.BTZ to ComRAT v4: A ten‑year journey

ESET researchers have uncovered a new version of ComRAT, a backdoor that the Turla APT group has been using since at least 2007. This white paper analyzes this latest addition to the toolkit of a cyberespionage group that is known to have breached major public and private targets on multiple continents.

ESET researchers have uncovered a new version of ComRAT, a backdoor that the Turla APT group has been using since at least 2007. This white paper analyzes this latest addition to the toolkit of a cyberespionage group that is known to have breached major public and private targets on multiple continents.

ESET researchers have uncovered a new version of ComRAT, a backdoor that the Turla APT group has been using since at least 2007. This white paper analyzes this latest addition to the toolkit of a cyberespionage group that is known to have breached major public and private targets on multiple continents.

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