Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Indetectables RAT Receives Help from Several White Hat Hackers

In late September 2016, a Spanish speaking hacker released an updated version of a popular white hat developed Remote Access Tool (RAT) named “Indetectables RAT” on the Spanish language hacker forum Indetectables.net. This tool is posted to dozens of international hacker groups who have targeted US and international institutions and has a low anti-virus detection payload (13/56) for samples submitted to Virus Total. The hacker also received the advice of several well-known international white hat hackers whom he/she credits in the latest builder version (v.0.9.2).

Publication date:                        24 October 2016
Handling requirements:            Traffic light protocol (TLP) AMBER
Attribution/Threat Actors:       Indectables hacker
Actor Type:                                 Adversary capabilities have been assessed as Tier III*

Potential Targets:                       US/International institutions

Past Reporting:                           N/A

Indicators:                                   https://www.threatrecon.co/search?keyword= Indetectables_RAT

*Practitioners who focus on the discovery and use of unknown malicious code, are adept at installing user and kernel mode root kits10, frequently use data mining tools, target corporate executives and key users (government and industry) for the purpose of stealing personal and corporate data with the expressed purpose of selling the information to other criminal elements. 

The full attribution report has been published in its entirety in the Red Sky Alliance portal.  For more information please contact the lab directly at 844-4-WAPACK, 603-606-1246, or feedback@wapacklabs.com.

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