Mexicans served with Dark Tequila in spyware spree

Charlie Osborne reports:

The citizens of Mexico are being served with a rather unpalatable form of tequila — a dark version — and the name given to a threat group which has been covertly stealing valuable data from its victims for years.

On Tuesday, researchers from Kaspersky Lab revealed the existence of Dark Tequila, a threat group which has been active since 2013.

Specifically targeting users in Mexico for at least five years, Dark Tequila steals bank credentials, as well as personal and corporate data in covert surveillance operations made possible through a form of malware able to move across networks without the need for Internet access.

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