Anonymous hackers announced the beginning of a cyberwar with Russia. The hackers also claimed responsibility for the attack on the website of the Russia Today TV channel. RT itself had previously reported that DDoS attacks were being carried out on the channel’s websites.
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Cybers, give some instructions, some simple operation that users with primitive knowledge could perform – scatter around the public. In order to organize some kind of ddos attack – after all, when were there any mass actions when anonymous people laid down payment systems
Russia deploys digital protection after DDoS attacks
— The authorities have implemented a protective technical measure known as geofencing to block access to certain websites.
“Based on the data we received, traffic to Mil.Ru appears to be administratively blocked from outside of Russia,” said Kentik specialist Doug Madory.
– The site administrators have configured the servers to not actually show the content of the website to people trying to access it from abroad.
Cyberattacks by Russia on members of the alliance “can trigger Article 5,” warns NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.