"US DOJ Dismantles Warzone RAT Infrastructure, Arrests Key Operators"

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced the seizure of online infrastructure used to sell a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) called Warzone RAT. According to the DOJ, the domains were used to sell the computer malware capable of accessing and stealing data from victims' computers. The international law enforcement effort has also arrested and indicted two people in Malta and Nigeria for their roles in selling and supporting the malware, as well as helping other cybercriminals use the RAT. They have been charged with unauthorized damage to protected computers. One was also accused of illegally selling an electronic interception device and engaging in a conspiracy to carry out computer intrusions. This article continues to discuss the dismantling of the Warzone RAT infrastructure and arrest of operators.  

THN reports "US DOJ Dismantles Warzone RAT Infrastructure, Arrests Key Operators"

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