The crackdown on members of the REvil ransomware gang by agents of the Kremlin’s domestic security force January 14 is sending a wave of distress and dread through the Russian hacker underground, according to researchers at Trustwave’s SpiderLabs.
“What our researchers found was a great deal of anxiety and consternation from those who participate in these Dark Web forums regarding the FSB arrests and how those actions will impact them in the future,” Trustwave noted Friday in a company blog post.
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