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Orcus 1.9 Official Stable Release – AntiTakedown (Multilingual)
Orcus RAT (Remote Access Trojan) is a type of malware that is used by cybercriminals and hackers to gain unauthorized access to a victim’s computer or network. Like other RATs, Orcus RAT allows attackers to control the infected system remotely, enabling them to carry out various malicious activities, such as:
- Data Theft: Attackers can steal sensitive data from the victim’s computer, including personal information, login credentials, and financial data.
- Surveillance: Orcus RAT can be used to monitor the victim’s activities, including keystrokes, screen captures, and webcam feeds, providing the attacker with insights into the victim’s online behavior.
- System Manipulation: Attackers can manipulate the victim’s system settings, install or uninstall software, and even perform actions that can damage or disrupt the victim’s computer.
- Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) Attacks: In some cases, RATs like Orcus can be used to participate in DDoS attacks by controlling multiple infected computers to flood a target website or server with traffic, rendering it inaccessible.
- Propagation: Orcus RAT can spread to other systems, either through social engineering techniques or by exploiting vulnerabilities in software or operating systems.
Remote code execution
Disable webcam light
Denial of Service
Real Time Scripting
Advanced Plugin System