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Russians hack "Espreso" broadcast, stream their own propaganda reel

19.02.2024, 22:03

The "Espreso" broadcasting system was hacked on the evening of February 19. The channel suspects Russian involvement in the attack, reports "Espreso" on their website.

The hackers accessed the channel's signal and used it to stream a short video with footage of ruined Ukrainian cities, a clip of Joe Biden and a call to stop, implying the USA's complicity in the war in Ukraine.

"We regret that our viewers saw this provocative video on air. Russia is solely responsible for the war in Ukraine. This is an obvious fact that the authors of the video tried to twist. This makes it clear that Russia is involved in the attack on Espreso," the TV channel's press office said.

The channel's team notes that they have already taken all necessary action to restore security and are preparing a statement to the police.

On February 18, 2024, Russian hackers targeted four Ukrainian media outlets: the websites "Telegraf", "Apostrophe",, and the "Ukrainian Pravda" X account. The Russians used the hacked resources to post disinformation about their troops "crushing" elite UAF units near Avdiivka.

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