Hidden Malware Builder

Hidden Malware Builder A  leaked tool used by the Babuk Locker operation to create custom ransomware executables is now being used by another threat actor in a very Dengerus

1- Hide server from Process 2- Hide server from startup 3- Hide server from scheduled tasks 4- Hide the server from the hard drive 5- Run as administrator permanently 6- Anti Virtual Machine 7- Kill Botnet Before Run 8- Change Assembly 9- Change Icon 10- Merging with another file with the AES algorithm

The hacker might also be using your internet address as a front for illegal activities, impersonating you, and attacking other computers. Viruses downloaded through RAT will infect other computers, while also causing damage to your system by erasing or encryption essential software. RATs should not be confused 

RATs are tools that are usually used in a stealth type of hacker attack, which is called an Advanced Persistent Threat, or APT. This type of intrusion is not focused on damaging information or raiding computers quickly for data.

Some hacker groups, predominantly in China, have even created a hacker network that runs through the corporate networks of the world and they rent out access to this cybercrime highway to other hackers. This is called the “terracotta VPN” and it is facilitated by RATs.

You may recall the US East Coast power grid shutdowns of 2003 and 2008. These were also traced back to China and were also facilitated by RATs. In short, a hacker who can get a RAT onto a system can activate all of the software that the users of those computers have at their disposal.

A hacker with a RAT can command power stations, telephone networks, nuclear facilities, or gas pipelines. RATs not only represent a corporate network security risk, but they can also enable belligerent nations to cripple an enemy country.

The original users of RATs for industrial espionage and sabotage were Chinese hackers. Over the years, Russia has come to appreciate the power of RATs and has integrated them into its military arsenal. APTs are now officially part of the Russian offense strategy that is known as “hybrid warfare.”




Antivirus systems don’t do very well against RATs. Often the infection of a computer or network goes undetected for years. The obfuscation methods used by parallel programs to cloak the RAT procedures make them very difficult to spot. Persistence modules that use rootkit techniques mean that RATs are very difficult to get rid of. Sometimes, the only solution to rid your computer of a RAT is to wipe out all of your software and reinstall the operating system.

RAT prevention systems are rare because the RAT software can only be identified once it is operating on your system. The best way to manage the RAT problem is to use an intrusion detection system. Comparitech has a guide on intrusion detection systems, which gives you a full explanation of how these systems work and a rundown of recommended tools.

What should you look for in remote access trojan protection systems?

We reviewed the market for remote access trojan scanners and analyzed the options based on the following criteria:

  • Options for network and host-based RAT scanning
  • Threat mitigation services to get rid of detected RATs
  • Options for scanning wireless networks
  • Alerts to draw attention to RATs and guide removal
  • Detection and removal logging for data protection standards compliance
  • A free tool or a free trial period for assessment
  • A good mix of tools at a fair price that represents value for money

Hidden Malware Builder intrusion detection systems are important tools for blocking software intrusion that can evade detection by antivirus software and firewall utilities. The SolarWinds Security Event Manager is a Host-based Intrusion Detection System. However, there is a section of the tool that works as a Network-based Intrusion Detection System. This is the Snort Log Analyzer. You can read more about Snort below, however, you should know here that it is a widely used packet sniffer. By employing Snort as a data collector to feed into the Snort Log Analyzer, you get both real-time and historic data analysis out of the Security Event Manager.

  • Log file searches for intrusion
  • Live data monitoring for anomalies
  • Automated remediation
  • Compliant with PCI DSS, HIPAA and SOX

This dual capability gives you a full Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) service. This means that you can watch Snort-captured events live and also examine cross-packet intrusion signatures identified through log file records.

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