Threat Database Trojans Imminent Monitor RAT

Imminent Monitor RAT

By CagedTech in Trojans

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 5,388
Threat Level: 80 % (High)
Infected Computers: 14,968
First Seen: August 11, 2016
Last Seen: September 17, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The Imminent Monitor RAT software falls in the category of Remote Access Tools, and there are more than five years of development behind it. The Imminent Monitor RAT is a legitimate remote administration framework developed by Imminent Methods that you can find at The Imminent Monitor RAT is a paid program that is offered via three payment plans — Small Business ($40/Lifetime), Startup ($25/Lifetime), and Business ($100/Lifetime). However, the software is very popular thanks to its wide range of features and easy-to-learn interface, which lead cybercriminals to crack Imminent Monitor RAT and release copies of it to the public for free. Pirated copies of the Imminent Monitor RAT might be obtained through platforms like and many other sites favored by hackers. Many threat actors prefer the free version of Imminent Monitor RAT because it can operate under heavy load and it has a user-friendly layout. The Imminent Monitor RAT includes support for a wide range of Webcams, as well as:

  • Keyboard input monitoring;
  • File management and transfer between the compromised host and the command server;
  • Connection map for easy preview of infected hosts;
  • Integrated security scanner that can use custom virus definitions;
  • Grabbing screenshots and audio feed from a remote microphone.

The Imminent Monitor RAT supports plug-ins and can switch to using the Windows Remote Desktop feature without alerting users. The Imminent Monitor RAT may use randomly generated file names, and be customized to pose as a version of WinRAR, 7Zip, a Windows Installer, and a Windows Update process. PC users may be compromised with the Imminent Monitor RAT via spam emails, corrupted Microsoft Word files, pirated games, and advertisements that include exploits for unpatched vulnerabilities in your Web browser. We encourage users to scan their devices weekly and avoid questionable software packages. Detection names for the Imminent Monitor RAT are listed below:

A Variant Of MSIL/Injector.RSK
Trojan ( 004e10c41 )

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File System Details

Imminent Monitor RAT may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. update.exe 0e2b30e8097e27b633e15a1d47ac9932 4
2. file.exe 8922f64eb8e330e25e5fa035747c0b02 2
3. Default File.exe 697c55db9fe83ca2c233cdf7a75667ec 0
4. file.exe c11309fa2a270800ea44a61ee089900d 0
5. file.exe 44735d43e80a5182824f464679eed892 0
6. file.exe 811404e534cdecdda4411083d13a9a56 0
7. file.exe b8ec20418a0f8d3e6d3bf72e4a26d30f 0
8. file.exe 43f618284c80cc4d19c8fe14b7e89b19 0


Imminent Monitor RAT may create the following directory or directories:



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