ObliqueRAT is yet another remote access Trojan that is distributed via malicious Microsoft Word macro enabled documents. It targeted toward south Asian governments.
Loda RAT, first detected in 2017 which now slowly matures up into an effective remote access Trojan, yet simple. It steal username/passwords, session cookies and can take screenshots too. Its current version in wild is 1.1.1.
Dtrack RAT's latest victim is Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP). It is related to Lazarus Group which believe to be a North Korean state sponsor threat actor. The power plant had an unexpected shutdown on one of its reactors which sparks a controversy which now is confirmed after The Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) admission on claims of a malware attack on the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) are true.
Emissary Panda, which also goes by other identikits such as APT27, IronTiger, BronzeUnion, TG-3390, and LuckyMouse , is a decade old Chinese APT. It primarily targets aerospace, government, defense, technology, energy, and manufacturing sectors. Not much is know about the activities of this group.
InnfiRAT remote access Trojan is written in .net. It primarily steals his victim's information such as browser cookies, crypto currency wallet details, session data.