Dutch Researchers First Notified Kaseya in April of Vulnerabilities
Global software vendor Kaseya worked in earnest for three months to resolve flaws in its VSA monitoring and management software, but ultimately lost the race, Dutch researchers say. A timeline released on Wednesday gives insight into what happened before a devastating mass ransomware attack.

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