Cybersecurity company Bitdefender has developed a universal decryption key for anyone who has been a victim of REvil in the past. This decryptor doesn’t just work for the supply chain attack on Kaseya: companies and organizations that were victims of the Russian hacker group before July 13 can use the key to unlock their files. Despite the fact that the decryptor is available for free, security experts warn to be careful.
This is REvil in a nutshell
REvil, also known as Sodinokibi, is a hacker group that attacks foreign companies and powers with ransomware from Russia. Ransomware is another name for ransomware. Hackers use the program to lock down access to computer systems for their own staff. They can also use it to steal privacy-sensitive and confidential company and personal data and to put important data under lock and key. Only when the victim pays the ransom will he get the key so that he can access his files again. Such a key is also called a decryptor or decryption
Read the article