Hackers attacked arbitration court websites

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Hackers attacked arbitration court websites
Hackers attacked arbitration court websites
16 March, 09:33SocietyPhoto: 1MI
The homepages of the websites of Russian arbitration courts were hacked by hackers, but this did not affect the work of the courts themselves.

This was reported by Interfax, referring to the representative of the Arbitration Court of the Amur Region Elena Gorlova.

Gorlova pointed out that a similar situation affected a number of regions in the Far East, Siberia, the Urals, while the attack did not affect the Kamchatka Territory.

Transbaikalia, Buryatia, Khakassia and the Irkutsk region also work as usual.

It's worth reminding that on March 8, foreign hackers hacked the websites of the Federal Penitentiary Service, the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Energy, Rosstat and a number of other departments. They published anti-war content on the pages of the portals.

Before that, at the end of February, the websites of some media outlets stopped working - some of them displayed messages asking them to stop the military special operation that Russia launched in Ukraine on February 24. The hacker group Anonymous claimed responsibility for this.

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