Over 1,000 businesses from around the world have reportedly been impacted in a supply-chain attack where hackers exploited a vulnerability in a remote computer management tool called Kaseya VSA to deploy the REvil ransomware. Kaseya shut down its cloud-based service and urged all users with on-premises deployments, which includes many managed services providers (MSPs), to immediately shut down their vulnerable servers until a patch is released.

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