Capcom: Ransomware gang used old VPN device to breach the network

Capcom has released a final update about the ransomware attack it suffered last year, detailing how the hackers gained access to the network, compromised devices, and stole personal information belonging to thousands of individuals. In early November 2020, Ragnar Locker ransomware hit the Japanese game developer and publisher, forcing Capcom to shut down portions of … Continue reading Capcom: Ransomware gang used old VPN device to breach the network

Leading cosmetics group Pierre Fabre hit with $25 million ransomware attack

Leading French pharmaceutical group Pierre Fabre suffered a REvil ransomware attack where the threat actors initially demanded a $25 million ransom, BleepingComputer learned today. Pierre Fabre is the second largest pharmaceutical group in France and the second largest dermo-cosmetics laboratory globally. With over 10,000 worldwide, Pierre Fabre developers a wide variety of products ranging from … Continue reading Leading cosmetics group Pierre Fabre hit with $25 million ransomware attack

Massive ransom demands

Ransomware attacks continue over the past two weeks with a continuation of the massive initial ransom demands we have seen recently. Over the past two weeks, we have learned of attacks against Asteelflash, the Broward County Public Schools, Applus Technologies, Pierre Fabre, and Harris Federation, with many of the attack's initial ransoms ranging between $24 … Continue reading Massive ransom demands

Clop Ransomware operators plunder US universities

Clop ransomware gang leaked online data stolen from Stanford Medicine, University of Maryland Baltimore, and the University of California. Clop ransomware operators have leaked the personal and financial information stolen from Stanford Medicine, University of Maryland Baltimore (UMB), and the University of California.. Data were stolen by the ransomware gang by compromising the Accellion File … Continue reading Clop Ransomware operators plunder US universities

Sierra Wireless resumes production after ransomware attack

Canadian IoT solutions provider Sierra Wireless announced that it resumed production at its manufacturing sites halted after a ransomware attack that hit its internal network and corporate website on March 20. After learning of the attack, the company hired the services of "KPMG, one of the world’s leading forensic investigation and cyber incident response firms, … Continue reading Sierra Wireless resumes production after ransomware attack