Cyber ​​Digest, the 17th of March


Cyber ​​attack of the UAC-0020 group (Vermin) from the LNR site on еру state organizations of Ukraine

The Governmental Computer Emergency Response Team of Ukraine CERT-UA received a notification under the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine about the distribution of e-mails on the topic of “supply” among the state authorities of Ukraine. The attack was carried out by the group UAC-0020 (Vermin), whose activities are associated with the so-called security agencies of the so-called LNR. It was noted that for the attack on the 17th of March 2022, the infrastructure used by the group in July 2019 had been used. It should be added that the server equipment of the UAC-0020 group (Vermin) has been located on the technical site of the Luhansk provider vServerCo (AS58271) for many years. See the source

The State Security Services reported about a massive hacker attack on Ukrainian news sites

A number of sites of Ukrainian central and regional media (including Public Radio, Censor.Net, Donbass News, Kherson site MOST, Volyn sites “First”, “Bug” and “Visnyk”, “Reporter of Zaporozhye”, Khmelnytsky “Independent Public Portal”, Odessa sites Odessa.Online and Bessarabia Inform, Poltava site Kremenchug Telegraph, Poltava Region News, Rivne site Rivne Media) have been interfered in the work – the russian flag and St. George’s ribbon were placed on the main pages. The picture also shows the letters Z and V, which mark the military equipment of the Armed Forces of the russian Federation, participating in the invasion of Ukraine on the 24th of February 2022. The State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection reports that the russian attack on Ukrainian news sites did not damage any personal data or information contained in these resources. According to the preliminary results of the investigation, the agency notes, there is a low level of the training of criminals. See the source

The account of the State Border Guard Service Head has been hacked on Facebook

On the night of March 18, unknown individuals hacked into the Facebook account of Serhiy Deynek, the head of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, and published a provocative post on his behalf calling for the massacre of “murderers of border guards and members of their families.” Deineko announced this on his Facebook page, Interfax-Ukraine reports. See the source


New cyber-attacks of russian sites from Anonymous

The hackers, who claim to be linked to the Anonymous hacking team, took dozens of CCTV cameras, apparently in russia, and posted “Putin kills children” and other messages over them. The hackers also created a website with live broadcasts of these surveillance cameras called “Behind the Enemy”. “352 civilians died in Ukraine. The Russians lied to 200RF.com. Glory to Ukraine! Hacked Anonymous, “- said in a statement displayed on the channels. 200RF.com is another site that publishes information about russian soldiers in Ukraine. This site is another example of the surge in activity of hacktivists around russia’s invasion of Ukraine. At the time of writing, the CCTV site broadcasts 86 different cameras. Hackers sorted them into different categories, such as “inside”, “outside”, “restaurants”, “offices” and “schools”. See the source

Anonymous have spilled 79 GB of OMEGA emails. Department of Research and Development of the russian state campaign Transneft. The hackers sarcastically described the leak to Hillary Clinton, who called on Anonymous to hack russia in a recent MSNBC interview. See the source.

Cyber ​​Digest, the 17th of March