This post provides a timeline of the events related to the Russia invasion of Ukraine from the cyber security perspective.
March 12 – Russian Internet watchdog Roskomnadzor is going to ban Instagram
Russian Internet watchdog Roskomnadzor is going to ban Instagram in Russia to prevent the spreading of info related to the Ukraine invasion.
March 11 – Anonymous hacked Roskomnadzor agency revealing Russian disinformation
The Anonymous collective continues to launch attacks against Russian entities, this is a summary of recent offensives.
March 10 – Crooks target Ukraine’s IT Army with a tainted DDoS tool
Threat actors are spreading password-stealing malware disguised as a security tool to target Ukraine’s IT Army.
March 9 – Multiple Russian government websites hacked in a supply chain attack
Threat actors hacked Russian federal agencies’ websites in a supply chain attack involving the compromise of a stats widget.
March 9 – Anonymous hacked Russian cams, websites, announced a clamorous leak
The collective Anonymous has hacked public cameras in Russia and transmitted their live feed on a website, it also announced a clamorous leak.
March 8 – Google TAG: Russia, Belarus-linked APTs targeted Ukraine
Google TAG observed Russian, Belarusian, and Chinese threat actors targeting Ukraine and European government and military orgs.
March 8 – Ukraine’s CERT-UA warns of phishing attacks against Ukrainian citizens
Ukraine’s CERT-UA warned citizens of new phishing attacks launched through compromised email accounts belonging to Indian entities.
March 7 – Coinbase blocked 25,000 crypto addresses linked to Russian individuals and entities
Coinbase announced that it’s blocking access to more than 25,000 blockchain addresses linked to Russian individuals and entities.
March 7 – Anonymous hacked Russian streaming services to broadcast war footage
Anonymous hacked into the most popular Russian streaming services to broadcast war footage from Ukraine.
March 6 – Anonymous offers $52,000 worth of Bitcoin to Russian troops for surrendered tank. Is it fake news?
The popular hacker collective Anonymous is offering to Russian troops $52,000 in BTC for each surrendered tank.
March 6 – Charities and NGOs providing support in Ukraine hit by malware
Malware based attacks are targeting charities and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) providing support in Ukraine
Below is the timeline of the events related to the previous weeks:
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