Software firm Kaseya had a history of security issues long before the latest one that allowed the biggest ransomware attack in history to occur.
Software company Kaseya, at the heart of the largest ransomware attack in history, says its services have now been fully restored.
Researchers have discovered that the code behind the Kaseya ransomware attack is designed to avoid Russian-language systems.
Kaseya has acknowledged as many as 1,500 businesses may have been impacted by the ransomware attack targeting its software.
Avaddon ransomware group appears to be closing shop and has sent all its decryption keys to BleepingComputer.
JBS Foods has said it paid roughly $11 million to resolve a ransomware attack that crippled the company.
The US Justice Department has recovered some $2.3 million worth of Bitcoin paid as part of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware.
A cyberattack has crippled JBS, the world’s largest meat producer, with plants in the US, Canada and Australia shutting down.
President Biden has signed an executive order aimed at improving US cybersecurity in the wake of major attacks.