Class: NetTool

Programs classified as NetTool are designed to work with a network (for example, remotely rebooting a computer, scanning open network ports, remotely launching random applications, etc.). These features allow cyber criminals use them for malicious purposes, although the programs themselves are not malicious. If a user has installed such a program on his/her computer, or if it was installed by a system administrator, then it does not pose any threat.

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Software that implements functions for working with Tor networks that allow cybercriminals to conceal the relationship between the client and server.

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