22nd August, 2018 By Pierluigi Paganini Security Affairs
- Security experts from Kaspersky Labs have spotted a sophisticated strain of banking malware dubbed Dark Tequila that was used to target customers of several Mexican financial institutions. According to the researchers, the complex Dark Tequila malware went undetected since at least 2013.
Dark Tequila is a multistage malware that spreads via spear-phishing messages and infected USB devices. The malware steals financial data from a long list of online banking sites from infected systems, it is also able to gather credentials to popular websites, business and personal email addresses, domain registers, and file storage accounts.
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