Australian drinks manufacturer Lion says it has managed to get all its breweries back up and running following an attack on its systems by a gang using the REvil ransomware that works only on Windows systems.
A Windows ransomware expert has offered a word of caution to companies that have been hit, pointing out that such groups often created backdoors when they staged an attack.
The attackers who hit Australian drinks manufacturer Lion using the REvil Windows ransomware appear to have decided to give the company a little more time to decide on whether to pay the ransom they have demanded.
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