The German police yesterday raided the house of the developer of OmniRAT and seized his laptop, computer and mobile phones probably as part of an investigation into a recent cyber attack, a source told The Hacker News.

OmniRAT is a remote access trojan first discovered in November 2015 by an Avast researcher. It is very similar to DroidJack and SpyNote and is used to gain remote administrative control of Android, Windows, Linux, and Mac devices and facilitates spying.

The content on the official OmniRAT website has been unavailable since last few days

The developer of OmniRAT reportedly resides in Germany, but his/her identity is still unknown to the public.

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