Kaseya Ransomware Final Update

To complete our updates to the Kaseya Ransomware incident.

Kloud9 has fully started its Kaseya VSA server backup after extensive testing of the patches provided by Kaseya on July 16th.

Although Kloud9's clients were generally not affected by this incident, it did slightly reduce our service deliverability and delayed our billing cycles.

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Kaseya Ransomware Update 2

Following up to our last Blog Post on this topic.

The total number of Kaseya customers affected remains about the same as our last post.

Kaseya has released the patch as scheduled on July 11th, 2021 at 4pm for their VSA software.

As of July 12th, 2021, Kaseya's VSA servers that they run themselves, are back on-line.

Kaseya Ransomware Strike

As you may have heard in the news over the 4th of July weekend, a very widely used tool by Managed Service Providers, including us, called Kaseya VSA was the focus of a ransomware attack on MSP's clients.

Similar to the recent Solarwinds and NinjaRMM attacks in which tools used by IT professionals are used to target the victims, but fortunately the scale here is much smaller and less impactful.

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