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Shodan search engine starts unmasking malware command-and-control servers

03
May
2017
Shodan search engine starts unmasking malware command-and-control servers

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There’s now a new tool that could allow companies to quickly block communications between malware programs and their frequently changing command-and-control servers.

Threat intelligence company Recorded Future has partnered with Shodan, a search engine for internet-connected devices and services, to create a new online crawler called Malware Hunter. The new service continuously scans the internet to find control panels for over ten different remote access Trojan (RAT) programs, including Gh0st RAT, DarkComet, njRAT, ZeroAccess and XtremeRAT.

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