Cyber criminals, who used the REvil Windows ransomware to attack Adif, an infrastructure company owned by the Spanish Government, have pooh-poohed a claim by the company that the attack has not affected the company at all.
Cyber criminals have used the Windows REvil ransomware to attack Adif, an infrastructure company owned by the Spanish Government, and have published data which was stolen from its dark Web site.
Argentina's biggest Internet service provider Telecom Argentina has been hit by the REvil ransomware, with the attackers apparently using a vulnerability in Citrix VPN server to gain entry and hold the company to ransom.
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