A few days ago we told you about the hacker attack that would have allowed the leak of the source code of Watch Dogs: Legion, today we talk about another attack on Capcom. This time, the loot matches further 1 TB of personal information: bank accounts, intellectual property, tax receipts, contracts, and much more.
This was revealed by the site Bleeping Computer, after getting the message left by the ransomware program Ragnar Locker used to carry out the attack and would ask - according to the malware researcher Pancak3 - to the Japanese software house a ransom of 11 million dollars.
Furthermore, according to the MalwareHunterTeam, the attack on Capcom would have been carried out by the same group that, in the previous days, would have attacked the well-known Italian company Campari.
The Ragnar Locker ransomware samples used in these cases were not only signed, but was signed with the same cert… pic.twitter.com/IP41o10dL3
- MalwareHunterTeam (@malwrhunterteam) November 5