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DOJ and DHS Launch Website to Help Ransomware Victims

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have launched StopRansomware.gov as a one-stop cybersecurity resource.

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Experts Warn of Ongoing Danger Despite REvil Going Dark

Ransomware gang REvil may have gone dark, with its sites offline, but experts are warning against becoming complacent.

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REvil Ransomware Gang Goes Dark, Puzzling Experts

The REvil ransomware gang, behind the Kaseya attack, has gone dark and its websites have gone offline.

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Kaseya Had a History of Security Issues Before Ransomware Attack

Software firm Kaseya had a history of security issues long before the latest one that allowed the biggest ransomware attack in history to occur.

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Microsoft Purchasing RiskIQ to Improve Hybrid Work Cybersecurity

Microsoft has entered an agreement to purchase RiskIQ in an effort to improve hybrid work cybersecurity.

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Broadcom In Negotiations to Buy SAS Institute

Semiconductor company Broadcom is reportedly in talks to purchase SAS Institute, in a deal worth $15 to $20 billion.

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Kaseya Has Fully Restored Servers Following Ransomware Attack

Software company Kaseya, at the heart of the largest ransomware attack in history, says its services have now been fully restored.

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Microsoft Has Paid $13.6 Million in Bug Bounties in Last Year

Microsoft has disclosed the results of its bug bounty program, including the fact that it paid $13.6 million in bounties over the last year.

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Kaseya Ransomware Victims May Reach 1,500

Kaseya has acknowledged as many as 1,500 businesses may have been impacted by the ransomware attack targeting its software.

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Congressman Joe Morelle Introduces Right to Repair Bill

New York Rep. Joe Morelle has introduced right to repair legislation, in a bid that could have a major impact on device manufacturers.