Cyber ​​Digest, the 15th of March


Death of the https protocol on russia

At the initiative of the Ministry and Committee for Digital Transformation, the main companies that issue SSL and TLS security certificates for websites, namely GeoTrust, Sectigo, DigiCert, Thawte, Rapid, have stopped working on russia and belarus.
The availability of certificates means that the resources are securely protected and you can transfer your personal data to them. Companies will no longer issue certificates for russian and belarusian sites and will not update existing ones. Therefore, they will automatically become dangerous to all users, and browsers around the world will block them. In fact, this means the death of the https protocol on russia. See the source


Creating an online game from our IT specialists to block the sites of the russian army

Lviv IT specialists have created an online game that allows you to defeat the enemy without even leaving the shelter. One player in one hour of play sends about 20,000 requests to block sites that serve. Every hour of the game your stay on the portal brings the sites of the russian Federation closer to blocking. See the source

Security Service of Ukraine has arrested a hacker, who provided occupiers with mobile communication

The Security Service of Ukraine has arrested a hacker who provided the occupiers with mobile communications in Ukraine. According to the SSU, up to a thousand calls were made through this hacker per day. Many of them are from the top leadership of the enemy army. Currently, the collaborator has been arrested, all his equipment has been confiscated, and the person has been declared a suspect. See the source


Anonymous has hacked a number of sites that work for the putin regime

The international group of hackers Anonymous, which declared cyber war against russia after its invasion of Ukraine, reported about the hacking of the website of the russian state corporation for nuclear energy – rosatom. It was able to download gigabytes of private data. Anonymous has released 145 MB of the received materials. See the source

Famous for his struggle for freedom of speech, cyber movement also has hacked the website of Moscow, the Analytical Center under the russian government, and the Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation. In addition, Anonymous activists have broken into the russian stock exchange. The article also mentions the hacking of rosneft Deutschland, mentioned in yesterday’s report. See the source

Cyber ​​Digest, the 15th of March