Kaseya Limited, a software company, is advising customers of its VSA endpoint management and network monitoring application to turn off their VSA servers right away to avoid being hacked in a ransomware attack.
The attack began around 2PM ET on Friday, according to Kaseya. Even though the incident appears to affect solely on-premises customers, SaaS servers too have been shut down as a precaution, according to the company.
“While our early indicators suggested that only a very small number of on-premises customers were affected, we took a conservative approach in shutting down the SaaS servers to ensure we protected our more than 36,000 customers to the best of our ability,” the company said.
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