[SecurityWeek] Ransomware Group That Targeted Over 50 Companies Dismantled in Ukraine

Ukrainian authorities on Thursday announced arresting several individuals who are allegedly members of a major cybercrime group.

According to the Security Service of Ukraine and the country’s Cyber Police, the arrests are the result of an operation conducted in cooperation with law enforcement agencies in the United Kingdom and the United States.

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