[HackerNews] Kaseya Releases Patches for Flaws Exploited in Widespread Ransomware Attack

Florida-based software vendor Kaseya on Sunday rolled out software updates to address critical security vulnerabilities in its Virtual System Administrator (VSA) software that was used as a jumping off point to target as many as 1,500 businesses across the globe as part of a widespread supply-chain ransomware attack.
Following the incident, the company had urged on-premise VSA customers to shut

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