The Russian video site Rutube could not be accessed following a powerful cyber attack
Rudope, who wants to be a competitor to the American company YouTube, suffered from inaccessibility this morning. “The biggest cyber attack in its history”The company announced a Newsletter published in the TelegramClaims to restore access to the Russian video operating system “Will take[it] Longer than engineers thought at first “.
A black screen appeared on Rutube.ru on Tuesday morning, accompanied by a description in white letters: “Maintenance work is underway. The site has been attacked. Currently the situation is under control. User data is stored. ⁇ According to Rutube, the site has been inaccessible since the day Russia celebrated May 9, 1945, which marked its victory over the Nazis, especially justifying its occupation of Ukraine. Rudyp attacked the same hackers “Continues to attack Russian public sector sites for the past two months”After the outbreak of the Russian offensive on February 24.
For his part, Mikhail Fedorov, the Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, responded. Telegraph For Rutube Newsletter: “The campaign continues. This is not a cyber attack, it is a special step to improve your information technology infrastructure. ⁇
On Monday, the Ukrainian media hacked the broadcast systems of Russian television channels MTS, NTV-Plus, Rostelecom and Winx to show the news with photos: “The blood of thousands of Ukrainians and the hundreds of children they have killed is in your hands. The TV and the authorities are lying. Do not fight.”
Long speech condemning Russian military intervention in Ukraine “Bloody and ridiculous”It was released Monday morning by two journalists from the Lenta.ru news site, which is considered loyal to Russian authorities, shortly before it was removed. “We are now looking for work, lawyers and political asylum.”It was written by its authors Igor Poliakov and Alexandra Miroshnikova.
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