To celebrate Independence Day, the day Ukraine broke free from Russia, the IT Army of Ukraine defaced several major ISPs in the Russian-occupied territory of Crimea. And Anonymous, as part of #OpRussia, released a new leak.
On Ukrainian Independence Day the IT Army of Ukraine announce a number of new victories, release a Youtube about their outage of Russian postal services, and promote a major leak of financial data from brand new hacktivist crew 2402.
After a little time away, we’re back and sharing the official target lists from the IT Army of Ukraine. Want to know how to join the fight? Fire up Tor, then sign into your VPN, then go here: https://t.me/itarmyofukraine2022/439 Now,… Read More ›
They’re on a roll, with three updates in 36 hours. Today they’re continuing to hit the Russian drone industry, and adding new targets suggested by hacktivist supporters around the world. Shall we get into it? Let’s get into it. Announcements… Read More ›
The IT Army of Ukraine continues to target drone companies in Russia.
Today, the IT Army of Ukraine and its hacktivist supporters target Russian drone companies.
Sorry we’ve been offline: Ottawa has had a massive internet outage that’s still not fully resolved (we’d like to think that’s Russia trying to stop us from posting these, but we’d like the liability courts NOT to think that). And… Read More ›
Part 2 of the IT Army of Ukraine’s list of Russian online auction targets for July 5
Today we attack bureaucratic supports for the financial sector and military in Russia.
The DDoS target list from the IT Army of Ukraine for June 14, focusing on court information systems.
The latest Russian target announcement from the IT Army of Ukraine for June 10.
The Russian target list from the IT Army of Ukraine for June 9, 2022.
Aaaaand we’re back. If the national capital could just keep the power and the internet both running at the same time, being a journalist in Ottawa would be a lot easier. Anyhoodle, let’s get to it, shall we? For those… Read More ›