HC3 Sector Note TLP White: Remote Access Trojan “Agent Tesla” Targets Organizations with COVID-themed phishing attacks - June 16, 2020

HC3 Sector Note TLP White

Agent Tesla is an established Remote Access Trojan (RAT) written in .Net. A successful deployment of Agent Tesla provides attackers with full computer or network access; it is capable of stealing credentials, sensitive information, keystrokes, screen and video activity, and form-grabbing.

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