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Cybercrime, The stolen object from a real email conversation conveys Lokibot

Technical analysis by the Malware Hunter JAMESWT

The stolen object from a real email conversation carries Lokibot. The email zip attachment contains an exe, the malware itself. If opened, the infection starts. Cybercrime goal: to steal information from victims

The stolen object from a real email conversation is the latest cybercrime bait to convey a global Lokibot campaign. The message compressed attachment in zip format contains an executable, the malware itself.

This, if opened, activates the infection. The goal is to steal sensitive data from victims, usually companies but not only. Lokibot, in fact, is a banking Trojan with keylogger capability, capable of stealing various types of credentials. Furthermore, it can create backdoors to download additional payloads to infected systems.

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