Global Threat Bot (GTbot)
Definition - What does Global Threat Bot (GTbot) mean?
GTbot is also known as Aristotles or IRC Trojan Aristotles.
Techopedia explains Global Threat Bot (GTbot)
After a computer is infected with GTbot, the trojan runs a stealth mIRC client without the user's knowledge. The attacker can then gain information about the infected computer, as well as use the infected computer to launch a denial-of-service (DoS) attack.
Popular files names for GTbot are as follows: temp.exe, miri.inc, script.inl, temp.scr and WHVLXD.DAT.
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