Craxsrat is a remote access trojan that allows a user to remotely control an Android device through a Windows PC. It has a range of features, including a file manager, live screen monitoring and control, camera monitoring, activity monitoring, microphone listening and speaking, and automatic call recording. This type of software is often used for malicious activities such as surveillance, data theft, and cyberstalking. It is important to be aware of the potential dangers of using remote access trojans and to only use them for legitimate and legal purposes.
File Manager: Allows the user to remotely manage the files on an Android device from a Windows PC, including viewing, downloading, uploading, cutting, moving, pasting, deleting, and hiding files.
Live Screen: Provides stable and live screen monitoring and control, allowing the user to control the mobile screen from a Windows PC and record the phone screen while also being able to type on the phone.
Camera: Allows real-time camera monitoring with high-speed connection and stability, supporting both front and back cameras, and the ability to take camera snaps.
Activity Monitor: Allows the user to monitor all phone activities, including text typed on the phone keyboard, open and close apps, notifications, and more. It supports both live monitoring and offline monitoring and records and saves all activities for later review, potentially to protect children from internet dangers.
Microphone: Allows the user to listen through the mobile microphone or speak through the phone from a Windows PC.
Call Recorder: Automatically records all phone calls, both incoming and outgoing, and stores the records for later backup.