But the Key Appears to Only Unlock Files Encrypted in the Kaseya Attack
There’s another twist in the REvil ransomware saga: A decryption key released Friday on a Russian-language cybercrime forum unlocks files encrypted in the attack against Miami-based software developer Kaseya. Why it was released, however, is unknown, and its utility at this point is questionable.

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