Phishing email attachments deliver Crimson RAT

With a malicious intent to attack financial institutions, attackers deliver Crimson RAT via email attachments and links shared through phishing emails.
Updated on
February 27, 2023
Published on
April 8, 2020
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  • Two separate spear-phishing email campaigns deliver Crimson RAT through an attachment and a link.
  • The link sent through mail contains a malicious PE (executable) file. It has two ZIP files and a DOC file embedded in the resource section.
  • The attachment sent along with the email has an embedded malicious macro

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