A spam campaign that was using an infostealer called LokiBot that appears to have been freshly compiled for the campaign. The campaign was against a large US manufacturing company and targeted their sales email address. The body of the email attempts to emulate a Request for Quotation document, with the malicious payload as an attachment. The attachment is a ZIP archive with the LokiBot malware contained within. Once opened, the infection process begins. LokiBot captures FTP credentials, stored email passwords, passwords stored in browsers, as well as other credentials to send back to its command and control servers.
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