In previous articles, I explained the concept behind RATs, and that Crypters evade or bypass antivirus detection. In addition to this information, it is beneficial to hide RATs, trojans, and viruses using Binder – software used to bind trojans with files, like in an image.
What is Binder?
Binder is a software used to bind or combine two or more files into one file under one name and extension. The files to be binded can have any extension or icon. The user has the choice to select the name, icon, and various attributes of a binded file. If the binded file contains an application (in our case – a RAT or keylogger), the application is also run when the actual binded file is run.
Why is Binder used?
As I have written in previous articles, generally, RATs and keyloggers are detected by most antiviruses. You also can’t send victims a RAT or keylogger and just ask them to install it on their computer. You have to bind that RAT or keylogger with something like an image, movie, or song (any file will work – make your selection depending on the victim) and then ask them to run this binded file on their computer.
When the victim runs our binded image (binded with a keylogger) on their computer, the keylogger is installed on their computer and we can easily obtain all their typed passwords.
How can I get a Binder?
There are many binders available on the web. Just Google “Download binder” and you’ll immediately see a list of them.
How to use Binder?
I am writing an article on how to use Binders to hide your trojans and viruses and will post it very soon.
I hope you now understand how this hacking software – Binder – is used to hide RATs and keyloggers. If you run into any problems while using Binders, please mention it in the comments.