Vendor of Remote Management Software – Used to Hit Victims – Helps Them Recover
Remote management software company Kaseya says it obtained the ability to decrypt all victims of a massive REvil – aka Sodinokibi – attack via its software, without paying a ransom to attackers. But Kaseya has still not revealed how it obtained the decryption key, except to say it was supplied by a third party.

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