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    Maybe some inaccuracies?

    BlackShades is developed by Silverman and the official site is at hxxp://bshades.eu/ (can be found by searching for blackshades in Google).

    Poison-ivy is developed by Chinese? I thought it was developed by shapeless from Sweden?
    Poison Ivy also by default don't work in Windows 7 and requires patching of some bytes.

    What about Bifrost developed by ksv? He's a friend of Silverman ;)
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    I have the same thought, but also maybe they're referring to a different RAT with the same name? or a copycat modified version, oh! yeah bit confusing. I used to drop by Megasecurity.org wayback 05-08 to check updated lists of RAT/trojan client.
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    Yeap megasecurity used to list every RAT and was a great resource.