ISP of Ukraine’s army in a major cyber attack

Ukrainian officials said the country’s military-used internet service provider came under a massive cyber attack on Monday, raising fears that Russia intends to use more dangerous digital weapons as the war drags into its second month. Some experts have described the attack on Ukrtelecom PJSC as among the most damaging cyber attacks since the Russian … Read more

ISP of Ukraine’s army in a major cyber attack

Ukrainian officials said the country’s military-used internet service provider came under a massive cyber attack on Monday, raising fears that Russia intends to use more dangerous digital weapons as the war drags into its second month. Some experts have described the attack on Ukrtelecom PJSC as among the most damaging cyber attacks since the Russian … Read more

ISP of Ukraine’s army in a major cyber attack

Ukrainian officials said the country’s military-used internet service provider came under a massive cyber attack on Monday, raising fears that Russia intends to use more dangerous digital weapons as the war drags into its second month. Some experts have described the attack on Ukrtelecom PJSC as among the most damaging cyber attacks since the Russian … Read more

With a new electronic tool, Westerners used text messages to Russians about the war in Ukraine

People around the world are using a new website to circumvent the Kremlin’s propaganda machine by sending individual messages about the war in Ukraine to random people in Russia. The site was developed by a group of Polish programmers who acquired about 20 million mobile phone numbers and approximately 140 million email addresses owned by … Read more

Big web security companies are abandoning Russia, leaving netizens open to more intrusion into the Kremlin

A protester holds a sign that reads “Putin – No!” During an opposition rally in central Moscow, on March 10, 2019, to demand internet freedom in Russia. With internet and cyber security companies out of the company, the web may be on the cusp of becoming less open and secure in Russia than it was … Read more