Russia JUST HACKED Ukrainian Satellite!


Russia Hacked Ukraine Satellite

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Russian troops moved into #Ukraine during the early hours of February 24, satellite internet connections were disrupted. A mysterious #cyberattack against the satellite’s ground infrastructure— not the satellite itself— plunged tens of thousands of people into internet darkness. But this time they managed to hack the actual satellite!

Western intelligence investigated that #Russia is behind the hacking of US satellite communications provider Viasat on the day of its invasion of Ukraine. It appears to be the most significant cyber-attack linked to the conflict so far, affecting military, as well as government, communications. Viasat, which provides communications through a network of satellites.

It appears to have been hit by a sophisticated cyber-attack that wiped devices on the day the invasion began. It also affected other countries in Europe, although not the UK. People using satellite internet connections were knocked offline all across Europe, from Poland to France. Watch the whole video to find out what happened next!

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  1. "Russians really don't know when to stop". Stop for what reason? To bend over let the West fvck them like prostitutes?

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