The NjW0rm worm can spread via malicious file attachments to spear phishing email messages, though it is more notable for spreading via infected removable. Created by the same author as njRAT —a freelance coder who goes by the moniker njq8 — the new njw0rm malware has the ability to spread. In this case, however, the attackers responsible for leveraging two malware families — remote-access Trojans known as “njrat” and “njw0rm”.
Njw0rm seems to be a variant of njRAT, a Remote Access Trojan/Tool (RAT) that has been used in various high profile attacks in the past. The Njw0rm. In the middle of my research on the remote access Trojan (RAT) known as “njrat” or “Njw0rm”, I stumbled upon kickpipe.com, a site that. Researchers have discovered an offshot of njRAT called njw0rm, a remote access Trojan that targets No-IP dynamic DNS credentials and can.
Any USB device containing free disk space can be contaminated. kickpipe.com was detected by UsbFix, Anti-Malware Software for USB. The file. The source code of the Njw0rm RAT has been used to create Kjw0rm and Sir Do0om.