Kaseya Reportedly Requires Customers to Sign NDAs Before Giving Decryption Key

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Ransomware victim, Kaseya, is requiring its customers to sign a non-disclosure agreement before giving out the decryption key.
Ransomware victim, Kaseya, has successfully obtained a decryption key for the cyberattack, but the company is reportedly requiring its customers to sign non-disclosure agreements before giving it away.

The Florida-based IT company was caught in a ransomware attack, which REvil, a notorious hacking gang, allegedly orchestrated.

The incident coincidentally occurred as the United States was on the advent of celebrating its 245th Independence Day. The extent of the Kaseya attack is significantly damaging, initially totaling about 200 companies in the whole world.

The ransomware attackers have successfully planted malware to the clients of Kaseya to encrypt their files.

It is to note that it is not the first time that such an incident devastatingly happened. However, the scale of this attack is monumental in terms of the direct victims, which is at about 1,000.

Kaseya Ransomware Decryption Key

Meanwhile, on July 22, Kaseya successfully got hold of a universal decrypting tool that it touts as "effective at unlocking victims."…
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