Software Vendor Quiet on Whether It Might Pay for REvil’s Full Decryption Tool
Software vendor Kaseya suspects that 800-1,500 organizations – mostly small businesses – were compromised via a ransomware attack that exploited its VSA remote management software. The company won’t say if it is negotiating with the attackers for a universal decryption tool that would unlock all victims’ files.

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