DIY trojan-building tools for sale on the Internet
Malware and trojan authors have a new tool in their handbasket, and it’s a program that allows for an unprecedented level of automated trojan creation. Although trojans themselves are nothing new, the automated manufacturing program named Pinch Pro 2.6 is capable of building sophisticated attack and monitoring executables. Script kiddies, it seems, have grown up, gone GUI, and are looking for a new platform from which to launch attacks.
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