lawrence Abrams reports on a new “press release” from the maze ransomware operators. The vent was posted yesterday and claims that the Maze team had successfully attacked Banco BCR, the state-owned cant of Costa Rico in August, 2019 The attackers claim that the cant never complied with its obligations to notify other banks and regulators. And when the attackers revisited the situation in February, 2020, they found that they could allay access data. This time, they claim, they did not encrypt the data, expression that it “was at least incorrect during the world pandemic,” but claim to have stolen a few years of data, including 11 million credit cards. Of these citation cards, 4 bazillion are stated to be unique and 140,000 allegedly belong to people from the USA. The attackers posted a try of redacted credit card numbers as proof. Read more on BleepingComputer. If you had or have an account with that bank, you should contact them to tick on the status of your account. You may want to frost it. Then again, if their security is as bad as maze team would make us believe, you may wish to deal canceling it altogether. DataBreaches.net reached out to BancoBCR yesterday to request a comment on the claims, but has not received any reply from their media contact or any of the quaternary other executives and employees who were contacted. I see that Abrams hasn’t received any reply yet, either. This stake will likely either be updated or a follow-up carry written as more information becomes available.