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Nanocore - is a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) that was first identified in 2013 and made available on the Dark Web shortly after.
The most recent version was released in March 2015 and made available for sale on the open internet for $ 25, although free "cracked" versions were leaked.
>> Nanocore is a modular trojan that can be modified to include additional plugins, which can extend its functionality and performance based on user needs.
>> "Nanocore Community" has developed modules to perform additional functions, such as screen locker, made available for users to download.
> Nanocore's ease of use and customization features make it an attractive option for novices and skilled threat actors.
As a result, this trojan is used to target victims around the world, the majority based in the US, and spread primarily through malicious email.
>> Nanocor made headlines in March 2017 after arresting its author Taylor Hudltson and accusing him of conspiracy and aid and computer intrusion.
Huddlestone is not facing charges stemming from his own hacks, but he is facing charges of operations conducted by cybercriminals using his Nanocore RAT.