[HackerNews] Ransomware Hackers Who Attacked Over 100 Companies Arrested in Ukraine

Law enforcement agencies have announced the arrest of two “prolific ransomware operators” in Ukraine who allegedly conducted a string of targeted attacks against large industrial entities in Europe and North America since at least April 2020, marking the latest step in combating ransomware incidents.
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