Travelex refuses to comment on whether it paid ransom to get its data back

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Last week, a group claiming to be behind the Sodinokibi ransomware attack on Travelex threatened to release data. This week, Travelex refuses to comment on whether it paid up…

Travelex, the currency exchange giant whose systems were taken down following a New Year's Eve Sodinokibi ransomware attack, has refused to answer questions over whether it paid the ransom. Last week,...

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