Sunday, 16 February 2014

Apocalypse RAT

What is RAT?
remote access tool (RAT) is a piece of software that allows a remote "operator" to control a system as if he has physical access to that system, and will try to hide its operation from the victim and from security software.

In this articles I have presented a RAT named Apocalypse RAT which can controls the victim PC and have the following given below features;

  • Device Manager
  • See ADS in file manager
  • Expand/Collapse Tree in file and registry manager
  • Thumbnail of desktop (gets updated every ping or manually by pinging), change size in settings
  • Copy Profile
  • HKLM/run startup
  • Play sound on new connection
  • Date in Connection Log
  • Choose file alignment
  • Choose to copy the file to ADS
  • Share: inject into another process
  • No need to restart servers that has been connected to older client
  • Can now build non-injecting servers
  • Changed the terms of use
  • Uploading a file that already exists (but not in cache) will now be overwritten properly
  • Update now works with servers that has different install paths
  • Fixed a access violation when clicking Cancel too fast in the download dialog
  • ActiveX now starts on restricted accounts too (must first be installed on admin account)
  • Test Connection with Key File now works
  • Clear Stats now doesnt remove active connection count
  • Client should now be able to handle more active connections
  • Load/Save bug fixed in DNS/Port editor
  • Generate Key File had a bug causing it to generate weak passwords
  • Fixed a bug that made it impossible to share new servers (2.3.0)
  • Autosave images now saves with a timestamp
  • Server removes HKLM startup entry when uninstalled

Note: Do Not Use Any Tutorial Of This Blog To Harm Anyone. This Is Only For Educational Purpose. I Will Not Be Responsible For Anything Done By You.

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