Cyber ​​attack on the website of Ukraine government and banks, needle of suspicion rising on Russia intent on war

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Boston: Another () was carried out on the website of the government and banks of Ukraine, which made the website offline. The attack on these websites is technically called a ‘Distributed Denial of Service’ (DDoS) attack, which means targeting a server and flooding it with Internet data, so that normally incoming data may be interrupted. The websites that were targeted in the cyber attacks on Ukraine on Wednesday included the websites of the ministries of defence, foreign and home, as well as the website of the country’s largest commercial bank ‘PrivateBank’. Similar attacks were carried out on most of these websites on February 13-14, for which the US and UK governments blamed Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency. These days there is an atmosphere of strong tension between Ukraine and Russia. The situation has become so bad that Russia can attack Ukraine at any time. All the countries around the world are worried about this. It is even being said that if this war happens, it will be the biggest crisis after the second world war. Countries like America and Britain are even imposing all the sanctions on Russia, but Russia is now intent on attacking Ukraine and has deployed heavy military force on the border.

[Attribution to NBT]

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