A Quick Look at a New KONNI RAT Variant

August 15, 2017

      KONNI is a remote access Trojan (RAT) that was first reported in May of 2017, but is believed to have been in use for over 3 years. As Part of our daily threat monitoring, FortiGuard Labs came across a new variant of the KONNI RAT and decided to take a deeper look. KONNI is known to be distributed via campaigns that are believed to be targeting North Korea. This new variant isn’t different from previous variants, as it is dropped by a DOC file containing text that was drawn from a CNN article entitled 12 things...

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