DETROIT (AP) — The world’s largest meat processing company says it has has resumed most of its production after a weekend cyberattack. However internet experts say the kind of vulnerabilities in computer systems such as the ones in use at JBS SA leave other companies open to similar attacks. In a statement late yesterday, the FBI blamed the attack on the meat processor to REvil, a Russian-speaking gang that has been making some of the largest ransomware demands ever in recent months. The federal law enforcement agency says it is working to bring the group to justice.

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