- Russia has apparently become the number one target of hackers primarily motivated by its invasion of Ukraine.
- On the Telegram social network, Ukrainian hackers discuss the next institutions and companies to target
- Russia embarked on a colonial war to recreate its empire and did so by seizing Ukrainian territory and
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A silent war is being waged online by Ukrainian hackers against Russian websites by sending an avalanche of traffic requests that render them useless.
A recent survey showed that Russia topped the list of countries that had passwords and sensitive data found on the open web earlier this year.
Ukrainian hackers use the social media network Telegram to interact and determine which Russian websites they plan to attack, Wired reports.
One such group, known as Network Battalion 65, hacked into the servers of a public broadcaster and released over 900,000 emails over two decades, the Washington Post reports.
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American student tracking Russian oligarchs’ jets is the same one who posted Elon Musk’s whereabouts on Twitter
Russian oligarchs are among the richest people in the world, however, a 19-year-old American student exposes the locations and flight times of their whereabouts using a public plane tracker, In brief News reports.
James Sweeney from Florida has a Twitter account called Russian Oliarch Jets with nearly 250,000 followers and targets Russian billionaire businessmen who are under scrutiny due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The student watches the jets of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country’s wealthiest men such as Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich, whose jets and helicopters have been spotted in Moscow, Baku, St. Kitts -and-Nevis and Dubai.
Another Russian billionaire on Sweeney’s radar is Vladimir Potanin, who according to Deutsche Welle is the 10th richest person in the world. Another cast of a billionaire tracker is Alisher Usmanov, the Uzbekistan-born businessman who has a net worth of $17.5 billion and has close ties to Putin.
Source: News in Brief