Every day, Ukrainians and activists of the cyber front block the online resources of the enemy. Thanks to this, it is possible to shake up all important spheres of life in the Russian Federation. This weakens the economy and sponsors the war.

From August 1 to 14, the IT army blocked:

1️⃣ Online resources of the Post of Russia. A powerful cyber attack completely paralyzed the work of the national postal operator of the Russian Federation. It was impossible to use postal services, send or receive a package, etc. The cyberattack paralyzed the work of the state post office and prevented revenue that could replenish the country’s budget and produce another enemy missile.

2️⃣ Pension Fund of the Russian Federation. Due to cyberattacks, military families did not receive payments and compensation for their dead or alive killers who participated in the war against Ukraine.

3️⃣ Online banking. Clients of many Russian banks could not carry out the desired financial transactions from a smartphone.

4️⃣ Platforms for video conferences. After the withdrawal of global companies from the Russian market, including platforms for video communication, the Russians were left with nothing, and therefore created their own analogues. However, the IT army also blocked access for video conferences, which did not work successfully.

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By Treadstone 71

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