Ukrainian cyber resistance since early April


The CCD at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine reports examples of cyber resistance since early April:

  • According to Reuters, the FBI destroyed the computer infrastructure of russian hackers. The operation to take control of russia’s digital infrastructure was an advance to prevent russian hackers from mobilizing “broken” devices in a “botnet”, a network of “broken” computers that could bombard other servers with fraudulent traffic.
  • Ukrainian hackers BanderaHackers attacked 5 state-owned belarusian procurement and export sites from which confidential information was obtained, and hackers posted anti-war appeals on the sites.
  • Anonymous hacked the All-russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company, which includes Russia-1, and attacked a server at the Lipetsk Mechanical Plant, which produces components for anti-aircraft missile systems.
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