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SSCS says they are looking into the cyber attack on Ukrainian media

19.02.2024, 09:44

The State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine says that Russian hackers attacked a number of top Ukrainian media outlets. The department's team is already looking into the cyber attack.

"Russia continues the information war against our country. Today (February 18. – Ed.) Russian hackers targeted a number of Ukrainian media outlets again, posting fake information on their resources," the message reads.

Specialists of the Governmental Computer Emergency Response Team CERT-UA (operating under the State Special Communications Service) are studying the incident. Representatives of "Ukrainian Pravda",, "Apostrophe" and "Telegraf" have contacted them to report on the cyber attack.

CERT-UA advises to reach out to the team's specialists by e-mail [email protected] or by phone +38 (044) 281-88-25, +38 (044) 281-88-05, +38 ( 044) 281-88-01 in case of a suspected cyber attack.

As IMI reported, 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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