BLADABINDI, also known as njRAT/Njw0rm, is a remote access tool (RAT) with a myriad of backdoor capabilities — from keylogging to carrying out distributed denial of service (DDoS) — and has been rehashed and reused in various cyberespionagecampaigns since it first emerged. Indeed, BLADABINDI’s customizability and seeming availability in the underground make it a prevalent threat. Case in point: Last week, we came across a worm (detected by Trend Micro as Worm.Win32.BLADABINDI.AA) that propagates through removable drives and installs a fileless version of the BLADABINDI backdoor.