Ah, LockBIT 3.0, the ransomware that's been around longer than your grandma's secret cookie recipe. It's the OG of ransomware, and it's back with a new affiliate program that's as intriguing as it is controversial. But before we dive into the nitty-gritty, let's get one thing straight: this blog post is an analytical piece meant to dissect the affiliate program's structure and rules. It is not an endorsement of illegal activities. Got it? Good. Let's proceed.
The LockBIT 3.0 Affiliate Program: A Quick Overview
LockBIT 3.0's affiliate program is like the Ivy League of cybercrime—exclusive, secretive, and not for the faint-hearted. Based in the Netherlands, the program is apolitical and motivated solely by financial gains. It's open to anyone, regardless of nationality, language, or even religious beliefs. But here's the catch: they're particularly interested in experienced pentestors.
- Admin panel on the Tor network
- Automatic decryption of test files
- StealBit stealer for data extraction
- Ability to edit the list to kill processes and services
- And much more...