Ransomware hoods and their enablers may be feeling some heat. Supply chain compromise and third-party risk. Colonial Pipeline resumes deliveries (but paid ransom to no avail).

DarkSide says it’s feeling the heat and is going out of business, but some of its affiliates are still out and active, for now at least. A popular hackers’ forum says it will no longer accept ransomware ads. The Bash Loader supply chain compromise afflicts another known victim. Colonial Pipeline resumes delivery of fuel. Irresponsible disclosure of vulnerabilities hands attackers a big advantage. Carole Theriault looks at NFTs. Joe Carrigan wonders about the return on your ransomware payment investment. And there’s a lot of Amazon-themed vishing going on out there.

For links to all of today’s stories check out our CyberWire daily news brief:


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