Work data partially stolen in a cyber attack on the Lviv City Council website
In a russian cyber attack on the online networks and services of the Lviv City Council, a part of the work data has been stolen.
This was announced by Lviv Mayor's First Deputy Andriy Moskalenko, as the website of the Lviv City Council reports.
According to him, some of the city's working files have been published on the enemy's Telegram channels. The city is working with the SSU and the cyberpolice to overcome the consequences.
We remind that the cyberattack happened on May 13. The Lviv City Council called it one of the largest hacker attacks. Within two days some of the services have been successfully restored, the city hall's website is working. In total, since February 24, IT specialists have repulsed more than 100 attempted hacker attacks on the Lviv City Council.
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