Ransomware Revenue Drops as Victims Pay Less Often, Chainalysis Reports

Ransomware Revenue Drops as Victims Pay Less Often, Chainalysis Reports


While the number of ransomware hits may not have decreased significantly, the revenue from such attacks has fallen sharply last year, according to Chainalysis. The blockchain forensics firm believes that to a large extent the trend can be attributed to more of the targeted organizations refusing to pay the perpetrators.

Chainalysis Registers Significant Decline in Revenue From Ransomware Attacks

Over the course of 2022, ransomware actors have managed to extort at least $456.8 million from victims, Chainalysis revealed in a report published Thursday. The estimated amount is down from $765.6 million the year before, the analytics company pointed out, noting that the true total is likely much higher, as many crypto addresses controlled by attackers have yet to be identified.

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