Officials say Moscow was driving cyberattack that caused a communication blackout in central Europe.
Russia was guiding a enormous cyberattack towards a satellite world wide web network that took 1000’s of modems offline at the onset of the war in Ukraine, the United States, Britain, Canada and the European Union have mentioned.
The digital assault versus Viasat’s KA-SAT network took location in late February, as Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, the EU Council said in a statement on Tuesday.
“This cyberattack had a sizeable effect resulting in indiscriminate interaction outages and disruptions throughout numerous public authorities, companies and end users in Ukraine, as well as impacting several EU Member States,” the statement claimed.
US Secretary of Condition Antony Blinken stated the cyberattack was supposed “to disrupt Ukrainian command and command during the invasion, and these steps had spillover impacts into other European nations.”
A United Kingdom Foreign Office environment
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