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LokiBot: If not stealing, then extorting

02
Nov
2017
LokiBot: If not stealing, then extorting

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How do ordinary banking Trojans behave? They present the user with a fake screen that simulates the mobile banking interface. Unsuspecting victims enter their login credentials, which the malware redirects to the attackers, giving them access to the accounts.

How does LokiBot behave? Roughly the same way, but it simulates not only a banking app screen, but also WhatsApp, Skype, and Outlook client interfaces, displaying notifications purporting to come from these applications.

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