ThreatFabric has found a new Android malware called MysteryBot, which is quite similar to the Android banking trojan LokiBot. As per the report, MysteryBot is a keylogger, banking trojan, and ransomware that is being considered an updated version of LokiBot as the two malwares were detected under the same sample by ThreatFabric’s detection rule and share the same Command and Control (C&C) server. This suggests that both malwares could’ve been made by the same attacker. The malware features some generic Android banking Trojan functionalities like getting contacts and messages saved on a device, and it can also act as a keylogger and save all keystrokes happening on an infected device.
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