Become a Threat Hunter Lesson 4: QuasarRAT

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Learn how QuasarRAT, an open source, fully featured remote access Trojan (RAT) can be used to gain remote access for surveillance and data exfiltration on windows machines. This RAT has been seen in the wild in various forms and offers attackers a foolproof way for gaining a foothold across your network.

Check out this lesson to learn the common tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) that attackers use with QuasarRAT, because you’re sure to see them in the future.

This training prepares you to become an effective threat hunter; in this four-part series you’ll develop critical introductory skills, learn to identify four common threats, and hunt them using Cb Response.

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Carbon Black is the leading provider of next-generation endpoint security. Carbon Black’s Next-Generation Antivirus (NGAV) solution, Cb Defense, leverages breakthrough prevention technology, “Streaming Prevention,” to instantly see and stop cyberattacks before they execute. Cb Defense uniquely combines breakthrough prevention with market-leading detection and response into a single, lightweight agent delivered through the cloud. With more than 7 million endpoints under management, Carbon Black has more than 2,500 customers, including 30 of the Fortune 100. These customers use Carbon Black to replace legacy antivirus, lock down critical systems, hunt threats, and protect their endpoints from the most advanced cyberattacks, including non-malware attacks.

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