Ransomware Attack: Hundreds of Businesses Get Hit in Latest Cyber Hoax

The plan is a hoax “cyber pandemic” to follow up the hoax virus pandemic.

It’s all unfolding, in front of us.

They don’t have any evidence this has anything to do with Russia.

If Russia was doing it, they would be assisting the World Economic Forum’s cyber pandemic hoax.


A ransomware attack paralyzed the networks of at least 200 U.S. companies on Friday, according to a cybersecurity researcher whose company was responding to the incident.

The REvil gang, a major Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate, appears to be behind the attack, said John Hammond of the security firm Huntress Labs. He said the criminals targeted a software supplier called Kaseya, using its network-management package as a conduit to spread the ransomware through cloud-service providers. Other researchers agreed with Hammond’s assessment.

“Kaseya handles large enterprise all the way to small businesses globally, so ultimately, (this) has the potential to spread to any size or scale business,” Hammond said in a direct message on Twitter. “This is a colossal and devastating supply chain attack.”

Such cyberattacks typically infiltrate widely used software and spread malware as it updates automatically.

It was not immediately clear how many Kaseya customers might be affected or who they might be. Kaseya urged customers in a statement on its website to immediately shut down servers running the affected software. It said the attack was limited to a “small number” of its customers.

Brett Callow, a ransomware expert at the cybersecurity firm Emsisoft, said he was unaware of any previous ransomware supply-chain attack on this scale. There have been others, but they were fairly minor, he said.

Hammond of Huntress said he was aware of four managed-services providers — companies that host IT infrastructure for multiple customers — being hit by the ransomware, which encrypts networks until the victims pay off attackers. He said thousand of computers were hit.

“We currently have three Huntress partners who are impacted with roughly 200 businesses that have been encrypted,” Hammond said.

Hammond wrote on Twitter: “Based on everything we are seeing right now, we strongly believe this (is) REvil/Sodinikibi.” The FBI linked the same ransomware provider to a May attack on JBS SA, a major global meat processer.

The federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said in a statement late Friday that it is closely monitoring the situation and working with the FBI to collect more information about its impact.

CISA urged anyone who might be affected to “follow Kaseya’s guidance to shut down VSA servers immediately.” Kaseya runs what’s called a virtual system administrator, or VSA, that’s used to remotely manage and monitor a customer’s network.

The privately held Kaseya says it is based in Dublin, Ireland, with a U.S. headquarters in Miami. The Miami Herald recently described it as “one of Miami’s oldest tech companies” in a report about its plans to hire as many as 500 workers by 2022 to staff a recently acquired cybersecurity platform.

This is all just happening all of a sudden – after having been predicted by the World Economic Forum.

They always claim they’re just talking about “how to manage it when it arrives” – but how did they know it would arrive in 2021?

People on podcasts and BitChute were saying “oh, we talked about the coming cyber pandemic so much that they decided not to do it.”


I think they are probably still going to do it.

This is all part of the ongoing agenda to collapse the total infrastructure of the West.

They are going to try to push some kind of “real ID” system for using the internet. The Vaxx Passport is already taking over. This is all headed to a total biometrics system, where to enter any building, or to log onto the internet, you need to enter biometric data to confirm you’re not an unvaxxed, white supremacist, Russian hacker.