This isn't any kind of intrusion tool, just yet another backdoor program
that can be installed and activated after intrusion through other means
entirely -- indistinguishable except in fine detail from countless
others that have existed for decades. And _TheReg_ was very clear about
The malware is not an exploit; rather it's a payload that opens a
backdoor on the targeted machine. It might be installed by an
unsuspecting user, an intruder, or through a dropper Trojan. How
RotaJakiro has been distributed remains unanswered.
So, there ya go: Avoid installing and running it. It's called system
Cheers, Grammarian's bar joke #26: A gerund and an
Rick Moen infinitive walk into a bar, drinking to forget.
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