[SecurityWeek] Kaseya Denies Paying Cybercriminals Who Launched Ransomware Attack

IT management software firm Kaseya on Monday said it did not pay any money to cybercriminals, following speculation that it may have paid a ransom to obtain a decryptor that would allow customers hit by the recent ransomware attack to recover their files.

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