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 Large-scale cyberattack in Ukraine: Cabinet of Ministers computer system affected, - Deputy PM Rozenko. PHOTO

Ukraine government's computers stopped operating. Chances are they have been affected by June 27 cyberattack upon Ukraine.

This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.

Rozenko wrote that the computer system of the Cabinet of Ministers has stopped operating. All of its computers show the same message, he said, and posted a picture of a computer screen from Ukraine's government.

See more: Largest Ukrainian banks and businesses attacked by hackers demanding $300 in bitcoins for decryption key. PHOTO

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As of 3:50 p.m. Cabinet online portal was off.

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As reported, on June 27, computer systems of some media, business companies, and state government bodies were affected by a cyberattack. They include Kyivenerho, Oschadbank, Ukrtelekom: hackers demanded $300 in bitcoins for decryption key. The virus has also affected computer systems of media companies, banks, and delivery services. Airport Boryspil was attacked by spam, resulting in possible flight delays.


Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/p445644
 
 
 
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