RATs Pest Control

Throughout history, rats have been regarded as filthy vermin responsible for damaging property, destroying food, and spreading parasites and diseases that have caused great devastation. At the slightest sign of a rat infestation, most people act immediately to eliminate the invading pests and prevent future intrusion, damage and risk.

Remote Administration Tools (RATs), like their namesake, often cause great damage. RATs are potentially harmful software created with the intent of providing an undetected operator unauthorized access and control of a remote system. Unlike many desktop sharing and remote administration systems that have been developed for legitimate, authorized and legal use, "RAT" software is commonly used for malicious, illegal activity.

RAT Infestation

RAT software is generally installed covertly and used without the victim's knowledge. The malicious software is intentionally designed to hide its presence and operation from the victim and from the host computer’s security software, and in many cases may be fully undetectable. In order to install a RAT program, a RAT controller must somehow get his victim’s IP address, or infect the victim’s computer with a disguised RAT trojan file.

RAT controllers stalk their victims on the internet, frequently using social media channels and chat rooms where they share their malware with unsuspecting victims. They also disguise their files as popular programs, music or movie files and embed them in file sharing networks, Peer-to-Peer Software and free internet downloads. After the malware has been downloaded onto the victim’s computer it will clandestinely install itself and may also disable or delete antivirus and firewall software, rendering the victim and their computer completely defenseless.


When Apples and Oranges Seem Alike

It is a common marketing practice for software vendors to utilize product comparisons that invariably help their software appear to be the best choice. However, these comparisons may actually provide an inaccurate profile of the software’s actual advantages and disadvantages. There are several different ways of comparing software, in this post we are going to delve into the most commonly used comparison methods to determine which can provide the most accurate picture of a software’s real capabilities.

The importance of selecting the right comparison method is best illustrated by a comparison of apples and oranges. Everyone knows that apples and oranges are very different, however, depending on the method of comparison they can appear very similar. For instance, both are fruit, edible, somewhat round, nutritious, have skins and seeds, and grow on trees. If one were to end the comparison here, someone who has never seen or eaten an apple and an orange might erroneously think that they are quite similar. However, with the proper questions and applied method of comparison it is very easy to illustrate the differences between apples and oranges.



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