A new variant of the initial RAT code, called UBoatRAT, targets East Asia. Although still unclear what the exact targets are, Unit 42 believes that the targets are related to the Korean gaming industry.
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HOODIE GETTING CLOSER TO FINDING A HOME
Because it's still on (Halloween lives on...)
That unclaimed hoodie for your honorable hacking skills is still on! Check out the challenge reaper put out there on Halloween, and check out recent entries, too! Well, game on, and the hoodie could be yours, so hack, enter, win! We'll hold out till December 31, when we'll close the doors on this contest, announce the winner, and keep someone warm this winter in a nice, cozy hoodie!
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Traps™ 4.1.2 is now available!
The Traps 4.1.2 software update is now available on the Palo Alto Networks Software Updates page. Check out the Traps 4.1.2 Release Notes for release details, including the new features and bug fixes that make the upgrade worthwhile.