REvil's ransomware infrastructure appears to have restarted after months of inactivity

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REvil's ransomware infrastructure appears to have restarted after months of inactivity
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REvil's ransomware infrastructure appears to have restarted after months of inactivity

Security researchers recently noticed a new REvil leak site being promoted on a forum marketplace that focuses on Russian-speaking regions

The REvil ransomware gang appears to have returned after the arrest of 14 of its members by the Russian FSB in January. As reported by BleepingComputer, REvil's servers in the TOR network are now redirecting...

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