… REvil caused extensive damage earlier in 2020 by licensing its custom ransomware to cybercriminals who then successfully deployed it on victims including meat giant JBS USA… 

 

 

REvil ransomware group reappears online nearly two months since going dark

 

By Andrew Blake, The Washington Times

September 8, 2021

 

REvil, a so-called “ransomware-as-a-service” provider blamed for some of the year’s biggest cyberattacks, has reemerged online nearly two months since abruptly vanishing from the web.

 

“Happy Blog,” a darknet website run by REvil, has recently become reachable once again, several keen observers noted on social media Tuesday. It remained accessible as of Wednesday afternoon.

 

REvil caused extensive damage earlier in 2020 by licensing its custom ransomware to cybercriminals who then successfully deployed it on victims including meat giant JBS USA and software firm Kaseya.

 

In several instances, the “Happy Blog” published data stolen...

 

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