U.S. offers $10 million for capture of Russian ransomware operator


U.S. offers $10 million for capture of Russian ransomware operator

A Russian national has been indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) for launching ransomware attacks against thousands of victims across the country and across the world.

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The ransom demands allegedly made by the members of these three global ransomware campaigns amount to as much as $400 million, while total victim ransom payments amount to over $200 million.

LockBit, Babuk, and Hive operate alike: leveraging unlawfully obtained access to exfiltrate valuable data and deploy ransomware on compromised networks.

Ransomware experts have released a free decryptor for the BianLian ransomware variant.

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