The 22nd of April, Cyber News


The SSU has done a lot to neutralize cyber attacks by the enemy

Since the beginning of the full-scale russian invasion, the Security Service of Ukraine has neutralized more than 250 powerful cyber attacks, a dozen bot farms and blocked 50,000 social media accounts. In two months, hundreds of Internet agents were exposed who acted in favor of the occupiers, spreading disinformation and propaganda, justifying russia’s armed aggression, discrediting the Armed Forces and even calling for the physical destruction of the Ukrainian people as a nation. Each of the traitors and collaborators will be held accountable for their actions in accordance with the law. Details — follow the link


New «leakage» from Anonymous

Anonymous has published 365,000 emails (211 GB) from the russian real estate investment company Accent Capital. As of April 21, more than 6 TB and 6 million russian documents and emails had been leaked by Anonymous after they declared a “cyber war” against the Kremlin’s criminal regime. Details — follow the link

Attacks by the IT ARMY of Ukraine

On April 21, the IT ARMY of Ukraine announced the success of the attack on the service «1C-Reporting» and announced its continuation with an expanded list of resources of the service. Details — follow the link


The world is beginning to understand that russian hackers will not limit themselves to Ukraine

U.S. cybersecurity authorities in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom warn of a rise in russian-backed hackers, both in Ukraine and abroad. This was reported on the website of the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).

They have prepared a Cybersecurity Handbook, which provides an overview of russia’s cyber threats and cybercrime groups, and urges advocates of critical infrastructure to strengthen their cybersecurity. Details — follow the link