[HackerNews] U.S. Charges Ukrainian Hacker for Kaseya Attack; Seizes $6 Million from REvil Gang

The U.S. government on Monday charged a Ukrainian suspect, arrested in Poland last month, with deploying REvil ransomware to target multiple businesses and government entities in the country, including perpetrating the attack against software company Kaseya, marking the latest action to crack down on the cybercrime group and curb further attacks.
According to unsealed court documents,

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