Several Ukrainian information resources suffered a cyberattack – SSCS
On February 23, several web resources of Ukrainian state and local authorities suffered a cyberattack which led to the content of several pages on these resources being edited. This was reported by the State Service of Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine.
The agency claims that the incident did not lead to any significant disruption of the system's performance and did not affect the performance of the state bodies.
"Most information resources have already been restored and they are working as usual. As we can see, on the eve of the anniversary of the full-scale invasion, Russia maintains its presence in the cyberspace, where it has long been behaving as a terrorist state, attacking civilian targets," the SSCS noted.
As IMI reported, five hacker groups backed by the Russian government, some of them working with the GRU and the FSB, are behind the attacks on Ukraine and NATO countries, according to "Fog of War", a report published by Google's Threat Analysis Group.
Help us be even more cool!