Ukrainian IT Army Hacked Russia

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, October 17, 2022
Ukrainian IT Army Hacked Russia

Ukrainian hackers attacked the Petersburg power grid company and left the Leningrad region without electricity

While the Ukrainian military is busy liberating their territories, hackers are implementing the "boomerang law" in Russia. On October 12, the Ukrainian IT army showed the neighbours how to live without communication and light. But the Russian Federation for this is necessary to attack Ukraine with missiles and drones, and Ukraine is enough to choose the right key for the remote hack of networks.

"On October 12, we successfully attacked the power grids of Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad region joint-stock company. We got so much information that it took two days to process it. In our hands were passports, documents, databases of employees and customers," said hackers.

Ukrainian IT army has already downloaded all the information into the free internet. Also, Ukrainian hackers have cracked the network infrastructure. They now have access to operators' workstations. They claim they have already managed to arrange a "light show" in the Leningrad region and "played with switches".

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