To access a remote PC Via RATs you must execute a Server (trojan) on the remote PC Either by sending via Email or MSN etc
To access a Remote PC you must first build your server which when executed on the remote PC will connect to your PC this is called Reverse connection where you can gain control of PCs behind Routers and Networks.
When building your server you will be asked to enter your DNS/Static IP so the remote PC can connect to your PC through a Port of your choice
Using these tools does NOT mean you are a hacker because it requires no skill and is easily detected by Anti-viruses (even though you can buy a Undetectable trojans)
Unfortunately RATs have fallen into the hands of immature people who send trojans to their friends and format their drives for no reason at all.
Programmers Often spend alot of time Building these Tools and most dont get enough respect for it.
So be careful what you download it could be a trojan and a immature noob could steal your data and your passwords
Guy: wtf this makes my PC slow
Noob: HAHAHAHH GIMME UR HOTMAIL PASSWORD OR ILL FORMAT UR PC
Guy: no way noob
Noob: U ASK3d FOR IT LOL IM SO LEET I HACKED U
Guy: hey wat doing to my PC u send me fucking trojans didnt you
Noob: Kekekekeke ^^
A Trojan is a USC student. They believe that spending 30k for their 3.0 is better then a "cheap" state school which out ranks them in every ranking, including alumni that on average make much more then a USC grad. USC is full of whores filled to the brim with STDs and some not even discovered yet! A typical USC student is a snob whose dad paid for them to go through an expensive private school and fail out, thus being rejected from every other credible school and having no other choice but to pay 30k a year for a piss poor degree. USC is also home to famous rapists and murders. If you're a girl at a USC frat party chances are 9/10 that you will be date raped by a trojan.
USC Grad: USC
Company: Sorry we only want hard working individuals, might I suggest that you work for your dad.
Often introduced in a system hidden in an appealing looking free paquage or a free game.
In essence the same principle as the "Trojan horse" which Odysseus used to conquer Troy.
"You really should get a life, dude!"