[SecurityWeek] SolarWinds Shares More Information on Cyberattack Impact, Initial Access Vector

Texas-based IT management company SolarWinds on Friday shared more information on the impact of the significant breach disclosed late last year, and claimed that less than 100 of its customers were actually hacked.

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[BleepingComputer] CISA, FBI share guidance for victims of Kaseya ransomware attack

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