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Database Entry



Loki


Vendor detections: 12


Intelligence 12 IOCs YARA 10 File information Comments

SHA256 hash: 08b3772f35997a0eb0894e7e58b4a324324de6121f557976909bdaa31a2c883e
SHA3-384 hash: 3522419175baaac9a160f778894faa7be44819ba3cf57babb33894b319edc144556c145366803ce4d37f6b80589836c0
SHA1 hash: 7f9a6ce71969ef0eb7deeafed635a127f23e37a8
MD5 hash: 6153ed96a83ceea98dbae09e7b77fcf6
humanhash: eight-illinois-solar-west
File name:TRANSFER.EXE
Download: download sample
Signature Loki
File size:1'517'568 bytes
First seen:2022-08-05 07:05:32 UTC
Last seen:2022-08-05 07:43:45 UTC
File type:Executable exe
MIME type:application/x-dosexec
imphash f34d5f2d4577ed6d9ceec516c1f5a744 (31'209 x AgentTesla, 10'508 x Formbook, 5'466 x SnakeKeylogger)
ssdeep 24576:fUKvdOVvLnRj8kp67n/N+fzUA23AwgTobYS:ZcbCDC63AwgTobYS
Threatray 9'054 similar samples on MalwareBazaar
TLSH T1E7656CE87C2056B5DBE8D5799A53C6183328054CE5BCD4A239FB5C2CBCC93EB06D924E
TrID 72.5% (.EXE) Generic CIL Executable (.NET, Mono, etc.) (73123/4/13)
10.4% (.EXE) Win64 Executable (generic) (10523/12/4)
6.5% (.DLL) Win32 Dynamic Link Library (generic) (6578/25/2)
4.4% (.EXE) Win32 Executable (generic) (4505/5/1)
2.0% (.EXE) OS/2 Executable (generic) (2029/13)
Reporter @cocaman
Tags:exe Loki

Intelligence


File Origin
# of uploads :
6
# of downloads :
315
Origin country :
CH CH
Mail intelligence
No data
Vendor Threat Intelligence
Malware family:
n/a
ID:
1
File name:
TRANSFER.EXE
Verdict:
Suspicious activity
Analysis date:
2022-08-05 07:12:31 UTC
Tags:
n/a

Note:
ANY.RUN is an interactive sandbox that analyzes all user actions rather than an uploaded sample
Result
Verdict:
Malware
Maliciousness:

Behaviour
Adding an access-denied ACE
Launching a process
–°reating synchronization primitives
Reading critical registry keys
Creating a file
Changing a file
Creating a file in the %AppData% subdirectories
Enabling the 'hidden' option for recently created files
Stealing user critical data
Query of malicious DNS domain
Unauthorized injection to a system process
Sending an HTTP POST request to an infection source
Verdict:
Suspicious
Threat level:
  5/10
Confidence:
100%
Tags:
packed
Result
Verdict:
MALICIOUS
Details
Windows PE Executable
Found a Windows Portable Executable (PE) binary. Depending on context, the presence of a binary is suspicious or malicious.
Result
Threat name:
Lokibot
Detection:
malicious
Classification:
troj.spyw.expl.evad
Score:
100 / 100
Signature
.NET source code contains potential unpacker
.NET source code contains very large array initializations
Allocates memory in foreign processes
Antivirus detection for URL or domain
C2 URLs / IPs found in malware configuration
Contains functionality to hide user accounts
Injects a PE file into a foreign processes
Malicious sample detected (through community Yara rule)
Multi AV Scanner detection for domain / URL
Multi AV Scanner detection for submitted file
Snort IDS alert for network traffic
Tries to detect sandboxes and other dynamic analysis tools (process name or module or function)
Tries to harvest and steal browser information (history, passwords, etc)
Tries to harvest and steal ftp login credentials
Tries to harvest and steal Putty / WinSCP information (sessions, passwords, etc)
Tries to steal Mail credentials (via file / registry access)
Tries to steal Mail credentials (via file registry)
Writes to foreign memory regions
Yara detected AntiVM3
Yara detected aPLib compressed binary
Yara detected Lokibot
Yara detected UAC Bypass using CMSTP
Behaviour
Behavior Graph:
Threat name:
ByteCode-MSIL.Trojan.LokiBot
Status:
Malicious
First seen:
2022-08-04 14:52:30 UTC
File Type:
PE (.Net Exe)
Extracted files:
16
AV detection:
16 of 26 (61.54%)
Threat level:
  5/5
Result
Malware family:
lokibot
Score:
  10/10
Tags:
family:lokibot collection spyware stealer trojan
Behaviour
Suspicious behavior: EnumeratesProcesses
Suspicious use of AdjustPrivilegeToken
Suspicious use of WriteProcessMemory
outlook_office_path
outlook_win_path
Program crash
Suspicious use of SetThreadContext
Accesses Microsoft Outlook profiles
Lokibot
Malware Config
C2 Extraction:
http://sempersim.su/gi4/fre.php
http://kbfvzoboss.bid/alien/fre.php
http://alphastand.trade/alien/fre.php
http://alphastand.win/alien/fre.php
http://alphastand.top/alien/fre.php
Unpacked files
SH256 hash:
70b785e5cb5b2e61c0f5da4a71ab0bbd14d9a0849387f037e0d75cc1ffe0a082
MD5 hash:
5951b52c9b4d11ca7f4f33e5a3fb2c31
SHA1 hash:
0bc54fd699fff7b93e5c447a141c0d904924ab0d
SH256 hash:
e71931d1c30809db87fe31962973f3b8507b1e6119b433cd06431a6310ba2306
MD5 hash:
df982914d18b091b47b5831afd7bb27d
SHA1 hash:
006b9a93a95bd05e415110ab304a201eb810d061
SH256 hash:
08b3772f35997a0eb0894e7e58b4a324324de6121f557976909bdaa31a2c883e
MD5 hash:
6153ed96a83ceea98dbae09e7b77fcf6
SHA1 hash:
7f9a6ce71969ef0eb7deeafed635a127f23e37a8

YARA Signatures


MalareBazaar uses YARA rules from several public and non-public repositories, such as Malpedia. Those are being matched against malware samples uploaded to MalwareBazaar as well as against any suspicious proccess dumps they may create. Please note that only results from TLP:WHITE rules are being displayeyd.

Rule name:INDICATOR_SUSPICIOUS_Binary_References_Browsers
Author:ditekSHen
Description:Detects binaries (Windows and macOS) referencing many web browsers. Observed in information stealers.
Rule name:INDICATOR_SUSPICIOUS_EXE_Referenfces_File_Transfer_Clients
Author:ditekSHen
Description:Detects executables referencing many file transfer clients. Observed in information stealers
Rule name:INDICATOR_SUSPICIOUS_GENInfoStealer
Author:ditekSHen
Description:Detects executables containing common artifcats observed in infostealers
Rule name:infostealer_loki
Rule name:infostealer_xor_patterns
Author:jeFF0Falltrades
Description:The XOR and string patterns shown here appear to be unique to certain information-stealing malware families, namely LokiBot and Pony/Fareit. The XOR patterns were observed in a several loaders and payloads for LokiBot, but have also appeared (less frequently) in Pony/Fareit loaders and samples. The two accompanying rules below can be used to further classify the final payloads.
Rule name:Loki
Author:kevoreilly
Description:Loki Payload
Rule name:LokiBot
Author:kevoreilly
Description:LokiBot Payload
Rule name:malware_Lokibot_strings
Author:JPCERT/CC Incident Response Group
Description:detect Lokibot in memory
Reference:internal research
Rule name:STEALER_Lokibot
Author:Marc Rivero | McAfee ATR Team
Description:Rule to detect Lokibot stealer
Rule name:win_lokipws_auto
Author:Felix Bilstein - yara-signator at cocacoding dot com
Description:Detects win.lokipws.

File information


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Malspam

Loki

Executable exe 08b3772f35997a0eb0894e7e58b4a324324de6121f557976909bdaa31a2c883e

(this sample)

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