Cyberattack on Putin’s government office

Cyberattack on Putin’s government office

International Deskdaily-bangladesh.com

Published: 11:59 27 February 2022   Updated: 12:00 27 February 2022

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Six websites, including the Kremlin, the office of Russian President Vladimir Putin, have been cyberattacked. 

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov made the claim, informing the matter to the Russian news agency TASS on Saturday.

It is also claimed that various Russian TV channels were hacked and “Ukrainian songs were being played there”, report The Independent and CNN.  

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said there had been “repeated” cyber attacks.

According to Russian media, hackers are hacking TV channels and playing Ukrainian songs there. On Thursday, various Russian government websites were offline for several hours. And this took place when Russia launches a full-scale offensive in Ukraine. 

Russia’s defense ministry, inter-communications, cabinet and security services have been shut down since the attack in Ukraine, Kremlin claimed.

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