Kaseya obtains decryptor tool to address REvil ransomware fallout

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Kaseya obtains decryptor tool to address REvil ransomware fallout
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Kaseya obtains decryptor tool to address REvil ransomware fallout

The key could have come from US or Russian authorities - or a paid ransom

IT firm Kaseya says it has obtained a 'universal decryptor key' for the ransomware attack that hit it earlier this month. In an update on its website, Kaseya said that it obtained the tool from ...

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