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Basta
Black Basta Ransomware
Victim Name envea.global
Victim Website
Description
Percent of Leaked Files
(at time of posting)
Visits115
Number of Times Victim Post has been viewed

Black Basta Ransomware Group

The ‘Black Basta’ ransomware group has been the subject of recent developments, with researchers from SRLabs releasing a free decryptor for the group’s ransomware, providing some victims with the ability to decrypt files without paying the ransom. However, the specific details and impact of the Black Basta ransomware group are not extensively covered in the provided search results.

Citations:

  • [1] globalinitiative.net/analysis/conti-ransomware-group-cybercrime/
  • [2] unit42.paloaltonetworks.com/medusa-ransomware-escalation-new-leak-site/
  • [3] bitdefender.com/blog/businessinsights/hive-ransomwares-offspring-hunters-international-takes-the-stage/
  • [4] infovistar.in/researchers-release-a-free-decryptor-for-black-basta-ransomware/

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