Kaseya Says It Did Not Pay Ransom to Obtain Universal Decryptor

This Data Breach alert was published at 26.07.2021 21.13 on Data Breach Today.

Software Firm Continues Helping Ransomware Victims to Recover
Remote management software company Kaseya said Monday that it obtained a universal decryptor key without paying a ransom to the REvil – aka Sodinokibi – gang that hit the firm with a ransomware attack. But it still has not revealed how it obtained the key, other that to say it was supplied by a third party.

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