[HackerNews] Russian Ransomware Group REvil Back Online After 2-Month Hiatus

The operators behind the REvil ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) staged a surprise return after a two-month hiatus following the widely publicized attack on technology services provider Kaseya on July 4.
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Two of the dark web portals, including the gang’s Happy Blog data leak site and its payment/negotiation site, have resurfaced online, with the most recent victim added on July 8,

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