Sept. 18, 2023, 9:45 p.m. | Dancho Danchev

Security Boulevard

I just came across to a newly released DIY Android Botnet with some pretty interesting built-in features including the use of mobile-based ransomware device locking capability including to offer the attacker the capability to take full control of the Android device for various purposes.

Sample screenshots:


Sample description:

Sending SMS.

Launch USSD.

Application launch.

Change URL admin panel/Redirect.

Get all SMS.

Get all installed apps.

Launch Fake- Locker .

Getting Keyloggera logs.

Getting numbers from the phone book.

Send SMS …

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