[SecurityWeek] Free Decryption Tools Available for Babuk, AtomSilo and LockFile Ransomware

Cybersecurity company Avast on Wednesday announced the availability of free decryption tools for three pieces of ransomware: Babuk, AtomSilo and LockFile.

Users and organizations that had their files encrypted by these ransomware families can use the decryptors to recover their files.

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