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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-09-06

Ransomware attack halts Argentinian border crossing for four hours

www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/ransomware-attack-halts-argentinian-border-crossing-for-four-hours/ Argentina’s official immigration agency, Dirección Nacional de Migraciones, suffered a Netwalker ransomware attack that temporarily halted border crossing into and out of the country. The ransomware demanded $4 million and leaked data from the breach online.

Visa warns of new Baka credit card JavaScript skimmer

www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/visa-warns-of-new-baka-credit-card-javascript-skimmer/ Visa issued a warning regarding a new JavaScript e-commerce skimmer known as Baka that will remove itself from memory after exfiltrating stolen data. The credit card stealing script was discovered by researchers with Visa’s Payment Fraud Disruption (PFD) initiative in February 2020 while examining a command and control (C2) server that previously hosted an ImageID web skimming kit.

Which cybersecurity failures cost companies the most and which defenses have the highest ROI?

www.helpnetsecurity.com/2020/09/03/cost-cybersecurity-failures/ Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) scientists have created a cryptographic platform that allows companies to securely share data on cyber attacks they suffered and the monetary cost of their cybersecurity failures without worrying about revealing sensitive information to their competitors or damaging their own reputation. Also:

www.csail.mit.edu/news/helping-companies-prioritize-their-cybersecurity-investments

Threema E2EE chat app to go ‘fully open source’ within months

www.zdnet.com/article/threema-e2ee-chat-app-to-go-fully-open-source-within-months/ Threema, which is one of a handful of instant messaging services that support end-to-end encryption (E2EE) between users, is the third service to go open source, after Signal and Wickr.

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