nserver: ns4.cbr.ru. 22.214.171.124
nserver: ns5.cbr.ru. 126.96.36.199
nserver: ns6.cbr.ru. 188.8.131.52
state: REGISTERED, DELEGATED, VERIFIED
org: The Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Last updated on 2022-03-20T01:46:30Z
Information Updated: 2022-03-20 01:49:33
Maybe that would be a little bit wiser to try a few different techniques than DDoS? Similarly to cbr.ru, they’ll also add DDoS protection and that’s it. Maybe by the Russian company https://ddos-guard.net (another victim?) as CBR.
I’m just a developer, but today I’ve played a bit with reconeinsansse using Maltego (free, with limited options).
The email address for some of you who shared; I couldn’t get to connect neither on email client nor on WWW. Looks like https://mail.cbr.ru is (still?) using Microsoft, so most probably the client is also Microsoft Exchange. I’ve been trying both FSB and CBR, but FSB didn’t go too much into reconeinsansse as with CBR today. The mail servers as on the screenshots, for example, https://mx3.cbr.ru, are “loading, loading” in the browser, so those exists.
Fresh targets have arrived,
Residents of the aggressor’s country are very fond of resting in some resorts and now they are whining that it is difficult to fly somewhere and everything has become more expensive. Let’s “help”
184.108.40.206 (443 / tcp)
220.127.116.11 (21 / tcp, 22 / tcp, 80 / tcp, 443 / tcp)
18.104.22.168 (443 / tcp)
22.214.171.124 (22 / tcp, 80 / tcp, 443 / tcp, 53 / udp, 123 / udp, 500 / udp)
126.96.36.199 (80 / tcp, 443 / tcp)
178,248,232,202 (80 / tcp, 443 / tcp)