Below is the timeline of the events related to the ongoing Russia invasion that occurred in the previous weeks:
May 06 – Anonymous and Ukraine IT Army continue to target Russian entities
The Anonymous collective and the volunteer group Ukraine IT Army continues to launch cyber attacks on Russian entities.
May 06 – Ukraine IT Army hit EGAIS portal impacting Russia’s alcohol distribution
Ukraine IT Army launched massive DDoS attacks on the EGAIS portal that has a crucial role in Russia’s alcohol distribution.
May 04 – Pro-Ukraine attackers compromise Docker images to launch DDoS attacks on Russian sites
Pro-Ukraine hackers are using Docker images to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against a dozen Russian and Belarusian websites.
The U.S. government offers up to $10 million for info that allows to identify or locate six Russian GRU hackers who are members of the Sandworm APT group.
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