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Remote Access Trojan (RAT): Types, Mitigation & Removal


Published on 02/16/2024 – Last Updated on 02/17/2024 by OTC

Remote Access Trojans (RATs) are a serious threat capable of giving attackers control over infected systems. This malware stealthily enters systems (often disguised as legitimate software or by exploiting a vulnerability in the system) and opens backdoors for attackers to perform a wide range of malicious activities on the victimโ€™s computer.

This blog post is designed to educate readers on RATs โ€” how they work, the risks they pose, and how to protect against them.

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