[BleepingComputer] REvil ransomware asks $70 million to decrypt all Kaseya attack victims

REvil ransomware has set a price for decrypting all systems locked during the Kaseya supply-chain attack. The gang wants $70 million in Bitcoin for the tool that allows all affected businesses to recover their files. […]

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