[ZDNet] This ransomware gang hunts for evidence of crime to pressure victims into paying a ransom

“Extremely disciplined” Mespinoza attackers quietly enter networks via RDP attacks and search for files related to sensitive information that they threaten to publish if the victim doesn’t pay a ransom.

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