Threat Database Botnets Neutrino Bot

Neutrino Bot

By GoldSparrow in Botnets

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 1,417
Threat Level: 10 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 9,329
First Seen: January 13, 2015
Last Seen: September 20, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The Neutrino bot a.k.a. Win32/Kasidet is a piece of malware designed to perform several malicious operations, namely HTTP flooding, TCP flooding, UDP flooding and download flooding. Additionally, criminals may use the Neutrino bot to grab information entered in online forms, record keyboard strokes, connect with the infected machine via the web browser and update their malware. The Neutrino bot has very small file (50kb) which allows it to have light system resources consumption and ability to work under a restricted account. Computer users may be interested to know that the Neutrino/Kasidet malware can spread via USB drives and archive files. Criminals can purchase the Neutrino bot online for $250 and execute malicious activities that may allow them to steal your banking details, and record your input data. A credible anti-spyware solution can protect you from the Neutrino Bot.


Neutrino Bot may call the following URLs:


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