[ZDNet] These ransomware criminals lost millions of dollars in payments when researchers secretly found mistakes in their code

BlackMatter ransomware had a bug that allowed cybersecurity researchers at Emsisoft to hand out decryption keys to victims — removing the need to pay ransoms.

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