Digital offensive from the IT army: more than 900 paralyzed online resources during November
Our soldiers continue to liberate Ukraine from the occupiers, and the IT army continues to destabilize the enemy’s economy and demoralize Russians on the digital front.
Over the past month, the IT army has suspended the work of a bunch of Russian sites and online resources. Including:
Military stores and stores of drones and radio equipment
The IT army made a series of DDoS attacks on specialized stores so that newly mobilized Russians, through the leadership or volunteers, could not purchase quality equipment.
Central Bank of the Russian Federation
The bank’s staff, specialized systems and source files were made known. Our cyber fighters also published information about banking operations of the Russian Federation, personal data of Russian servicemen, phone numbers, accounts and bank cards.
Platform of pro-Putin volunteers Dobro
The data of 650,000 members of the Dobro platform, where they gathered rallies in support of the war under the slogan #МыВместе, were hacked and published.
A series of DDoS attacks led to hundreds of angry comments from bank customers and increased distrust of the Russian banking system in general. And what happened, Russians?
On Shopping Day, the people of Haiti created an artificial demand for goods, which led to errors among buyers on the platform. Fewer purchases mean fewer taxes on the Russian economy.
Urgent update of 1C
1C released an urgent update that fixed an error with the anti-piracy tab. the Russians actively tried to download it, but all without a chance. The system was overloaded and businesses could not return to work. Such an unplanned weekend and the risk of losing data.
Day of Dignity and Freedom
The IT Army originally welcomed Ukrainians to 60 Russian resources, including the websites of ministries, services and departments.
Many corruption schemes of the Russian Federation are tied to tenders. The people of Aitiv repeatedly attacked two large platforms — RTS-tender and Roseltorg, which could disrupt the tenders. By the way, the people of Haiti previously received the personal data of users of the Roseltorg platform.
The people of Aitiv hacked the website of the National Center for the Development of Artificial Intelligence and laid out the demands that the Russian Federation must fulfill in order to end the war. We are waiting.
VTB removes complaints from official social networks and tries to hide problems with online banking, but these are the answers it writes in private messages to its customers.
By the way, work on “public services” is currently underway in parallel with VTB, so join in!