[HackerNews] REvil Ransomware Gang Goes Underground After Tor Sites Were Compromised

REvil, the notorious ransomware gang behind a string of cyberattacks in recent years, appears to have gone off the radar once again, a little over a month after the cybercrime group staged a surprise return following a two-month-long hiatus.
The development, first spotted by Recorded Future’s Dmitry Smilyanets, comes after a member affiliated with the REvil operation posted on the XSS hacking

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