Rambleon

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RambleOn is a newer version of the ROKRAT malware, specifically designed for Android devices. ROKRAT, also known as DOGCALL, has been a favored tool of cyber attackers and has evolved over time to be compatible with various platforms including macOS (CloudMensis) and Android (RambleOn). This demonstrates an active development and maintenance of this backdoor exploit. Research entities InterLab and S2W have both reported on this new iteration of ROKRAT, emphasizing its potential threat to Android users. The emergence of RambleOn represents a significant expansion in the group's cyber activity, which now includes a variety of Android malware strains such as FastFire, FastSpy, FastViewer, and RambleOn itself. These developments indicate a strategic shift towards targeting individual Android devices, potentially exposing a large number of users to data theft, disruption of operations, or even ransom attacks. The adaptability of the ROKRAT malware to different operating systems underscores the sophistication and persistent threat posed by these cyber attackers. It is crucial for individuals and organizations to stay vigilant against such threats. Regular updates of antivirus software, avoiding suspicious downloads, emails, or websites, and maintaining regular backups can help mitigate the risk. Given the ongoing development and adaptation of malware like ROKRAT, it's important for cybersecurity entities to continue monitoring and reporting on such threats to aid in early detection and prevention.
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Fastfire
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Fastviewer
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DOGCALL
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Checkpoint
a year ago
Chain Reaction: ROKRAT’s Missing Link - Check Point Research
CERT-EU
a year ago
German and South Korean Agencies Warn of Kimsuky’s Expanding Cyber Attack Tactics | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware – National Cyber Security Consulting
CERT-EU
a year ago
North Korea's ScarCruft Deploys RokRAT Malware via LNK File Infection Chains