Graham Cluley writes:
With all the headlines about ransomware attacks hitting companies hard, you might think there’s only bad news around the subject.
Well, think again.
Not only has the Darkside ransomware gang seemingly shut down since the high-profile attack which resulted in the Colonial Pipeline being shut down, and numerous dark web forums announce that they will no longer promote ransomware-as-a-service (RAAS) schemes, but it also appears that another notorious ransomware outfit has decided to close its doors.
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