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REvil hacking group websites go offline

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REvil, the Russian-speaking hacking group responsible for some of the largest ever cyber-attacks, has gone offline weeks after President Biden indicated the U.S. could hit back at the hackers. NBC News’ Matt Bodner reports from Moscow on what happened to the group’s website and whether Russia could be showing a willingness to step in to stop ransomware attacks.