Skip to comments.Ukraine hit with cyberattack, a tactic it "expected" to precede a "full invasion" by Russia
Posted on 01/14/2022 6:51:55 PM PST by Roman_War_Criminal
Ukrainian government servers were hit by a "massive cyberattack" overnight that saw government websites taken down, including the homepage for the Foreign Ministry, which temporarily displayed a message warning Ukraine's people to "be afraid and expect the worst."
Just hours before the latest digital sabotage, Ukraine's ambassador in Washington told CBS News that her country believed a cyberattack would precede any major military action by Vladimir Putin's forces.
There was no claim of responsibility for the cyberattack, but Ukraine has blamed groups with links to the Russian government for similar previous sabotage.
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“cyberattack would precede any major military action”
If true, the attack did not do enough harm to the defense forces.
Careful, this is from CBS News, doncha Know?
They aren’t the only ones writing about it.
I’m well aware of the deep state’s wishes for war with Russia.
Once again the Biden’s are about to get caught flatfooted. They were making predictions in the six month range. Gonna be more like 6 days.
An awful lot of money and time is being spent in preparing people for the Russian attack. But that wascally PUTIN still hasn’t attacked.
So when will he attack? Cheesh.
I can’t imagine taking down websites is a very effective cyber attack.
Are the lights still on and the phone working? If so then a real attack hasn’t been launched.
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