[WEB SECURITY] Cyberwar in Ukraine
mustlive at websecurity.com.ua
Thu Aug 10 14:45:27 EDT 2017
Hello participants of Mailing List.
New information to my previous post about cyberwar in Ukraine.
My group Ukrainian Cyber Forces works for 38 months on 09.08.2017. Here is a
summary of our work.
The results of my work on blocking accounts of terrorists for June 14 -
July 17 in different payment systems and banks. In total there were
blocked 473 accounts (http://bit.ly/2hqr8u2) with total amount at the least
20 million dollars. These are the next payment systems: WebMoney,
Yandex.Money, QIWI, PayPal, GlobalMoney, PerfectMoney, OkPay, LiqPay,
EasyPay and bank Privatbank.
The results of UCF work for closing sites of terrorists for June 14 -
July 17. In total there were closed 150 sites (http://bit.ly/2vqdCKo).
And also we closed web sites and a lot of pages at sites and blogs with
personal data of Ukrainians, and blocked hundreds of accounts in social
networks. And we closed many gov.ua sites captured by Russian occupants.
The last list of 185 blocked and closed sites of terrorists by UCF
The list of hacked resources of terrorists and Russian government by
Ukrainian Cyber Forces in July (http://bit.ly/2vo8ckY). The link to the
lists for June 14-June 17 is in the post.
You can watch my playlists with our video reconnaissance (184 videos on
YouTube) and audio reconnaissance (27 on YouTube, 1 on SoundCloud and 2201
MB of data at Google.Drive http://bit.ly/2g015qV). Secret information
about war against Ukraine published freely for everyone.
More then 250 GB from 1,2 TB of hacked data was placed at ex.ua, but most of
this data was also put at Google.Drive http://bit.ly/2mGMXY8.
Besides my interviews for BBC, The Daily Beast, Kyiv Post, UaPost.us and
other media, including videos and podcasts, you can read my interview with
video for Finnish broadcasting company Yle http://bit.ly/285WRSb.
In August my new interview on English was released
In February I had a speech "Cybewar against Ukraine and protection against
hybrid threats" at NATO round table
Best wishes & regards,
Eugene Dokukin aka MustLive
Administrator of Websecurity web site
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