Cyberwar in Ukraine

Russia has no relation to attacks on Ukrainian governmental websites – Kremlin spokesman

NEW YORK, January 16. /TASS/. Russia has no relation to cyber attacks on Ukrainian governmental websites, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told CNN.

“We’ve read those reports, as well as media. We have nothing to do with it, and Russia has nothing to do with these cyberattacks,” he said in a fragment of the interview, published by The Hill newspaper in its Twitter account.

“We have heard accusations against Russia, that Russia is standing behind. But <…> not a proof was presented. We consider it a continuation of another unproved accusations of Russia,” the Kremlin spokesman continued.

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Ukraine says Russia not responsible for huge cyberattack

15 Jan, 2022

Friday’s cyberattack targeting Ukrainian government agencies was carried out by a group linked to Belarusian intelligence services – and not by Russians, as originally claimed – according to a senior Kiev security official.

“Our preliminary belief is that the group UNC1151 may be involved in this attack,” the deputy secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, Sergey Demedyuk, said in a written comment to Reuters.

The “cyber-espionage group” in question is understood to be “affiliated with the special services of the Republic of Belarus,” according to the official.

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