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US software firm moves to restart after huge ransomware attack

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San Francisco (AFP) – A US software firm hit by a major ransomware attack that crippled hundreds of companies worldwide was working to restart its servers late Tuesday to bring customers back online. Kaseya, the Miami-based IT company at the center of the hack, pushed back its forecast for restarting its cloud-based systems, promising hourly updates. It told customers to keep their systems shut down until it assures them that it is safe. “We have been advised by our outside experts that customers who experienced ransomware¬†and receive¬†communication from the hackers should not click on any link…

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